Group: Airlines will struggle to pass on EU carbon allowance costs

10/4/2011 | Bloomberg Businessweek

An international airline group says that because of strong price competition, carriers will likely fail to pass on to passengers the costs of the European Union's carbon allowances. The EU recently established benchmarks for calculating how many free permits airlines will receive when they join the emissions trading system.

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