EU finalises list of industries eligible for emissions trading support

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Metals, building materials, textiles and ceramics could all receive free pollution permits to help tackle threat of "carbon leakage"

EU lawmakers yesterday approved a list of industries that will receive free permits to emit carbon dioxide under the next phase of the Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS), effectively ending efforts by green...

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