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20 September 2019 By Ed Cropley

Angela Merkel’s coalition will begin pricing carbon at 26 euros a tonne to reduce emissions. That gives big polluters little incentive to clean up. It also limits Berlin’s need to disguise that its new 50 bln euro fund to smooth the transition will stay off-balance sheet.

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