The China Air Transport Assn. has stepped up its campaign against next year's inclusion of non-EU airlines in the EU's controversial Emissions Trading Scheme (ATW's Eco-Aviation Today, April 15). In a statement released in early May, CATA urged the Chinese government to “impose much tougher retaliation measures … on European carriers that operate routes to China” in response to the ETS. The organization estimates that ETS will cost Chinese carriers CNY800 ...

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