First deal shows problems in UK carbon trading rules
The first transaction under the UK's greenhouse gas emission trading scheme was announced in September between the US chemical company DuPont and Japanese-owned trading house Mieco. The deal has raised awkward questions at the interface between trading and conventional emission controls - and about windfall benefits from trading.
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