EU cap-and-trade fails to curb emissions again, but analysts remain upbeat

James S Murray
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Emissions from firms covered by the European Emissions Trading Scheme actually climbed last year, but experts claim outlook is far more positive for 2008

Analysts are standing by predictions that the price of carbon in the European Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) will climb significantly over the next three years after the European Commission today released...

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