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Carbon Monitor October Edition Discusses the NZETS

Press Release: Environmental Intermediaries & Trading Group Limited

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Carbon Monitor, the publication that offers an unbiased simple no jargon explanation of what is happening globally in Carbon Trading and the Emissions Trading space, covers the NZETS in its October Issue.

Included is commentary on the zero rating of the NZU unit for GST purposes, the final tax treatment of the NZU or AAU units and comments on participating in the market itself. Future issues will cover the NZETS in more depth as the legislation is given Royal Ascent and final versions are publicly available.

To ensure you receive these updates Carbon Monitor is available free via email subscription.

Carbon Monitor has been published since 1996 and is highly respected for its synopsis of the market. With over 6500 subscribers world wide Carbon Monitor is one of the longest standing publications in the emissions trading space.

To subscribe email your contact details, address and email address to richard.hayes[at]eitg.co.nz

Carbon Monitor is a publication of Environmental Intermediaries & Trading Group Limited www.eitg.co.nz

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