The head of Norwegian employers' organisation Norsk Industri has said a government fixation on carbon dioxide taxes is responsible for a failure to meet some important climate emission targets.
In an interview with Teknisk Ukeblad (TU) magazine, Stein Lier-Hanssen says CO2 taxes have been promoted at the expense of voluntary industry agreements and tax incentives for green technologies, both of which have proven track records.
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