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The Netherlands European Carbon Facility
The Netherlands, acting through its Ministry of Economic Affairs, the World Bank and the International Finance Corporation (IFC) in August 2004, signed an agreement appointing the World Bank and the IFC as Trustees of the Netherlands European Carbon Facility, in order to purchase greenhouse gas emission reductions for the benefit of the Netherlands. The Facility purchases emission reductions from JI projects only, i.e. from projects located in countries with economies in transition.

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