Measures designed to reduce pollution such as the introduction of charges for city centre access and charging businesses for operating customer or employee parking, are being considered as a result of the conference held in Japan in December 1997.
But while the majority of respondents to the survey – conducted by the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants – were in favour of the agreement, 73% believed controversial emissions trading proposals would prove overly bureaucratic.
CIMA technical director Tony Dart said: ‘Manufacturing industry will inevitably be put under pressure to meet the increase operational costs.’
Almost two-thirds of those questioned also expressed reservations about other EU nations implementing the agreement as rigorously as the UK.
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