Australia and China agree carbon trading partnership

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As John Kerry confirms strengthened climate change agreement with Japan, Australia and China partner to support development of national carbon markets

The future of the EU's carbon market may have been left hanging in the balance, but China and Australia clearly remain committed to the rapid expansion of their fledgling emissions trading schemes, after...

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