China reportedly suspended orders for Airbus aircraft this month in protest of the European Union’s emissions trading system. In an email interview, Miriam Schröder, managing director of the climate consulting firm Sinergi, discussed the European Union-China emissions dispute.
WPR: What is the background of the dispute between the European Union and China over the EU's emissions trading scheme (ETS), and how has it developed? ...
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