South Africa set for carbon tax in 2013

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Industry lobbying means nearly two thirds of emissions will be tax-exempt until 2020, under Treasury proposal

South Africa could introduce a carbon tax next year if a proposal contained in the country's latest budget comes to fruition. The Treasury yesterday put forward plans for a carbon tax of 120 rand (£10)...

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