The two largest carbon quota markets in China and the EU will henceforth work in closer conjunction. The two parties have just signed a new declaration in an currently ongoing summit meeting held in Beijling.
Both China and the EU have made a series of of bilateral commitments including "to further enhance and reinforce bilateral cooperation activities on emissions trading." The cooperation aims to share experience and expertise concerning carbon trading.
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