When the state is late, companies wait

On March 8, the Sme daily wrote that companies are still waiting to be informed of their CO2 emission limits for the next five years, even though the deadline for receiving the information passed a week ago.

On March 8, the Sme daily wrote that companies are still waiting to be informed of their CO2 emission limits for the next five years, even though the deadline for receiving the information passed a week ago.

The problem is rooted in the fact that the European Commission has not yet approved a proposal by the Slovak Environment Ministry that was sent to Brussels at the beginning of this year. SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports

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