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Climate Change

Japan's SBI to set up carbon emissions exchange

Move follows Tokyo Stock Exchange in propelling businesses' decarbonization

The new exchange will allow companies to trade carbon credits via a dedicated website. (Source photos by Masayuki Kozono and courtesy of Asuzero)

TOKYO -- Japan's SBI Holdings this fall will open an exchange for trading carbon credits generated in Japan and abroad, Nikkei has learned, following a similar move by the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE).

The exchange will be operated by a 50-50 joint venture SBI is establishing with Asuene, a Tokyo-based company that provides services for measuring CO2 emissions. Trading will be conducted through a dedicated website.

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