New Zealand passes revised emissions trading scheme by narrow margin

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Opponents say taxpayers will pay for burden of concessions offered to polluters

New Zealand has passed into law a revised emissions trading scheme that critics say is too lenient on polluters and will shift much of the financial burden of compliance on to taxpayers. The legislation...

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