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Europe emerges as main buyer of NZ carbon credits

Friday 22 Jan 10 9:00am

New Zealand sold more than 1.5 million Kyoto carbon credits offshore last year, and bought just over 400,000 from other countries.

Ministry of Economic Development figures show that the vast majority of the New Zealand credits sold went to Europe.

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