Investors urge swift security fix for "limping" emissions trading platform

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International Emissions Trading Association calls for immediate security upgrades as Commission ends three-month suspension on EU carbon registries

Investors have urged the European Union to remedy a prolonged "bad limp" in the spot trade element of the bloc's emissions trading system (ETS), three months after a high-profile cyber attack resulted...

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