Czech authorities find nearly 1.36 million stolen carbon allowances in the UK, Estonia and Germany
The Czech authorities have identified nearly 1.36 million stolen carbon allowances in the UK, Estonia and Germany and requested the European Commission help prevent them re-entering the carbon market....
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