The national emissions trading scheme (ETS) faces its first compliance deadline on December 31. Photo: AP
The national emissions trading scheme (ETS) faces its first compliance deadline on December 31. Photo: AP

China’s carbon trading exchange struggles with unclear policies as it eyes expansion, say analysts

  • The ETS, which currently only allows power companies to trade carbon allowances, is poised to expand to allow financial institutions to participate
  • Ambiguities in emissions data reporting, trading legislation and tax issues have created confusion and caused volatility in prices lately

Topic |   China’s carbon neutral goal
The national emissions trading scheme (ETS) faces its first compliance deadline on December 31. Photo: AP
The national emissions trading scheme (ETS) faces its first compliance deadline on December 31. Photo: AP
READ FULL ARTICLE