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S'pore's carbon tax not enough to encourage energy efficiency

Shell adds that it's keen to work with government "to de-carbonise" transport sector
Friday, March 17, 2017 - 05:50

Mr Abbott says government can do a lot more to grow demand for newer forms of energy in the transport sector.


SINGAPORE'S carbon tax is a good first step towards a carbon-free future, but it is not doing enough to encourage the cars, trucks and ships that ply its streets and seas to be more energy-efficient, a top executive at Royal Dutch Shell told The Business Timesyesterday.

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