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Slovakia to sell fewer greenhouse-emission credits to Spain
22 Aug 2013 Flash News
Slovakia will sell fewer CO2-emission credits to Spain than originally estimated, Environment Minister Peter Žiga said on Wednesday, August 21.
Meanwhile, the minister revealed that he didn't know the exact reasons behind the Spanish decision. He declined to disclose the selling price. The minister said that the resources acquired from the transaction will be used to buy hybrid-engine buses and to provide insulation in public buildings and flats.
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