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IMF wants to make carbon energy more expensive by scaling global carbon pricing. Here's how!


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Vitor Gaspar
Director of the Fiscal Affairs Department, IMF
Ian Parry
Technical Assistance Advisor, IMF’s Fiscal Affairs Department
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