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EU Addresses Competitiveness Issues Related to Emissions Trading

4:52 AM MDT | April 15, 2008 |

Alex Scott

European Union (EU) officials from the European Climate Change Programme (ECCP) in the past few days have initiated a program to identify which energy-intensive industries might need protection as a result of the EU's recently proposed tougher greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions controls. ECCP has begun gathering data from EU member states and industry to determine which sectors will be most affected by its proposed set of tougher GHG emissions controls (CW, Jan. 28, p. 9). Chemical industry body Cefic in recent weeks has told the EU that if the EU chemical...

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