Reports: China to tax carbon emissions by 2015

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State media suggests Beijing is poised to levy a charge on large consumers of coal, crude oil and natural gas

China looks set to impose a direct tax on its largest greenhouse gas emitters by 2015, according to reports in state media. Proposals for an environmental tax are being reviewed by the Ministry of Finance...

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