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Will China speak against EU impatience on shipping emissions?

China was one of the main forces that helped thwart the European Union's plan to include international airlines in its carbon trading market. But it has been quiet so far on a reignited attempt targeting the maritime industry

China and the EU have an aggressive green agenda driven by huge potential seen in the clean energy sector, a core engine of future growth. It is not to be taken for granted that shipping will receive the same treatment as the aviation sector in Brussels’ push to expand its carbon trading scheme

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