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Exclusive - India to urge airlines to opt out of EU carbon scheme

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India will urge its airlines not to take part in the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS), a senior official said, the latest salvo in an escalating row over an EU law requiring all flights in and out of Europe to pay for their emissions.

Business

Lamy plays down rare earth row

TOKYO: The head of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) has played down adispute over China’s controls on exports of rare earth minerals, saying it was unlikely to escalate into a trade war.

Business

IATA advises against charges hike

KUALA LUMPUR: The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has urged Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) to consider withdrawing landing and parking charge increases planned for 2013 and 2014 to reduce the cost burden on airlines operating here.

Business

IATA urges Malaysian govt to consider reducing airlines' cost burden

KUALA LUMPUR: The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has urged the Malaysian government to consider reducing the cost burden on airlines operating in the country, specifically, by withdrawing the landing and parking charge increases planned for 2013 and 2014.

Letters

Europe can’t go it alone on carbon cap

GLOBAL airlines and foreign governments are crying foul over a European Union-imposed scheme that forces all carriers to pay for the carbon they emit during flights to and from the region. If this pushes air fares up – and there is a good chance it will – travellers are going to be just as upset.

Nation

Europe can’t go it alone on carbon cap

GLOBAL airlines and foreign governments are crying foul over a European Union-imposed scheme that forces all carriers to pay for the carbon they emit during flights to and from the region. If this pushes air fares up – and there is a good chance it will – travellers are going to be just as upset.

World

Nations agree options to fight EU airline CO2 rule

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Countries opposed to an EU law forcing the world's airlines to pay for carbon emissions have agreed on a basket of retaliatory measures but will leave it up to each country to choose among them, Russia's deputy transport minister said on Wednesday.

Letters

EU seeking a global solution

FROM VINCENT PIKET, Ambassador, Head of the EU Delegation to Malaysia.

Letters

Trade war looms over EU tax

This week, 26 countries will meet to organise retaliation against the EU over its move to tax airlines for their emissions. This may be the first salvo in dangerous trade wars fought over climate change.

Global Trends

Trade war looms over EU tax

This week, 26 countries will meet to organise retaliation against the EU over its move to tax airlines for their emissions. This may be the first salvo in dangerous trade wars fought over climate change.