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9:26 AM MDT | April 21, 2008 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Officials from the European Climate Change Programme (ECCP), a European Union (EU) body, have embarked on a scheme to identify which energy-intensive industries in the EU might need “protection” from the financial impact of recently announced proposals by the European Commission to toughen EU greenhouse gas (GHG) emission controls (CW, Jan. 28, p. 9). ECCP has begun gathering data from EU member states and industry to determine which sectors will be affected most by the tougher controls. Cefic warned the commission recently that the EU chemical...

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