Spain says Kyoto plan won't harm competitiveness


MADRID, June 15 (Reuters) - Spanish Industry Minister Jose Montilla said on Tuesday that the country's forthcoming plan to reduce carbon dioxide emissions won't harm the competitiveness of its industries. Spain's report to the European Commission on how to comply with commitments under the Kyoto Protocol to reduce greenhouse gas emissions is overdue and expected in July. "It won't have a negative impact on competition for the affected industries," Montilla told reporters at a conference, ...

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