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Getting fuel prices right is key to reducing carbon emissions: IMF

Monday 27 Sep 21 11:15am

 

GLOBAL fossil fuel subsidies amounted to $6 trillion in 2020, with more than 70 per cent reflecting "undercharging" for environmental costs, which makes it imperative to set the right price for fuels to reduce carbon emissions, the International Monetary Fund has said.

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