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Energy-intensive industry continues to call for free EU CO2 permits

LONDON (Reuters) - A group of 15 European energy-intensive industry associations called in a statement on Tuesday for the European Parliament to reject a tiered approach to handing out free EU carbon permits to industry and to keep full free allocation.
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