Japan has bought from Hungary a quota on emission of carbonic gas
Hungary has sold Japan the quota on emission of carbonic gas at a rate of 2 million tons, has informed journalists on Friday the official representative of the ministry of environment of Boglarka Olt.
transaction Cost makes 4 billion forints (approximately 15 million euro).
It already the fourth this sort of transaction lately.
In August, 2008 Hungary has sold a quota on emission of carbonic gas of Belgium on 2 million tons, in September - Spain on 6,6 million tons, in the end of November, 2009 - Japan on 3 million tons. For the two first transactions the state budget has replenished on 28,2 billion forints (approximately 100 million euro).
the Hungarian press came out with the assumption that for the first time Japanese have bought a quota from Budapest at the price nine - ten euros for ton. In connection with a world economic crisis, the prices for quotas on emission of carbonic gas in the international market have fallen.
the Stock exchange of the European Union which officially is called “ trejdingovaja structure on issue of carbonic gas “ has been created on January, 1st, 2005. It began possible after decision of Russia to join to the Kiotsky report that has involved it within the limits of world economy, informs RIA “ News “.