July 28 (Reuters) - France has committed to cutting its greenhouse gas emissions by three quarters by 2050 as part of efforts to combat global climate change. A panel of experts advising the government on Tuesday unveiled proposals for a new tax on carbon dioxide emissions from Jan. 1, 2010. [ID:nLS77925] Here are details of some of the main proposals: * Under the recommendations, France would bill 32 euros ($45.69) for every tonne of carbon dioxide (CO2) emitted in 2010 and raise the ...
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