France faces internal fight over carbon tax

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By Anna Willard PARIS, July 28 (Reuters) - France should aim to introduce a carbon tax by 2010 although the complexity of the scheme means a later date might be more realistic, the head of a panel advising the government on the issue said on Tuesday. The panel's recommendations will be officially handed to the government on Tuesday but details have already been leaked in the French press. Under the plan, France would charge 32 euros ($46) for every tonne of carbon dioxide emitted in ...

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