S&P: Developments in China’s carbon market will affect corporate creditworthiness

As China’s developing economy encourages greater energy consumption, Michael Wilkins – Managing Director of Infrastructure Ratings at Standard & Poor’s – investigates how the country’s carbon market is changing, and how it will affect corporate creditworthiness in the future. As the world’s largest carbon emitter, China is shifting focus from boosting GDP growth to adjusting economic structure, improving environment protection and elevating social welfare.

Following Moorgate outreach, the report was covered by Petroleum Review. (Please note that this link lies behind a pay wall)

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