TOKYO, Dec 21 (Reuters) - Japan's government will decide by the end of the year its stance on introducing a national carbon emissions trading system for companies, a government official said on Tuesday, amid concerns the scheme has been shelved. In a proposal on anti-global warming policies last week, the ruling Democratic Party said the government should "carefully study" the carbon cap-and-trade scheme by assessing such issues as its impact on industry and the effectiveness of similar ...
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