Platts, Frank Watson
December 2009
Aviation Week & Space Technology;12/7/2009, Vol. 171 Issue 21, p18
Trade Publication
The article reports on the decline in European Union (EU) emissions allowance (EUA) prices on November 24, 2009 due to uncertainties over a biding agreement to reduce greenhouse gas emission at the United Nations (UN) climate change conference to be held in Copenhagen, Denmark in December and economic recovery.


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