The China Emissions Exchange starts a test-run in Shenzhen

The China Emissions Exchange (CERX), China’s first carbon emission trading market, has begun its test run in Shenzhen. On the first day of trading, the market processed eight transactions with a total value of RMB 613,236 associated with 21,112 tons of carbon, and at carbon emission permit tradin...

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