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The JSE, the company that operates Africa’s largest stock exchange, is investigating the possibility of a carbon trading market as SA’s energy market is set to open up after President Cyril Ramaphosa announced plans to end persistent power cuts at Eskom.

The JSE has been looking at a carbon trading market for “some time”, group CEO Leila Fourie said in an interview with Business Day on Tuesday after the company released its interim results to end-June...

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