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    South Africa: South African Government Considers Carbon The South African National Treasury has published proposals for a carbon offset scheme. The scheme aims to increase investments in projects that will reduce GHG emissions. It will also enable businesses to reduce their liability to carbon tax, which is due to be introduced in 2016

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