China and Mexico roll out carbon trading schemes

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New platforms in Beijing, Shanghai and Mexico City aim to curb pollution from big emitters and boost low carbon growth

Efforts in China and Mexico to boost investment in low carbon goods and services took a major step forward with the unveiling of three new carbon trading schemes. China yesterday extended its pilot...

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