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Europe Agrees to Changes in World's Biggest Carbon-trading Market

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GALWAY, IRELAND--November 17, 2017--Written by Martin Lynch, European News Editor for Industrial Info (Galway, Ireland)--The future of the world's largest emissions-trading market has been assured following the successful conclusion of two years of negotiations between 28 European Union (EU) nations and the European Parliament.

Within this article: Details approval of changes to the ETS, current state of the system, reaction from the power sector

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