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EU OKs Polish plan to give utilities 404-mln CO2 permits

LONDON, 13 July (Reuters Point Carbon) - The EU has approved Poland's application to give its coal-reliant power sector 404.6 million EU Allowances during 2013-2019 to help slash their costs of complying with the EU’s Emissions Trading Scheme, a mixed decision that environmental groups cautiously welcomed.

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