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Concurso en el blog: ¿Por qué una tasa a las bolsas de plástico en España es la alternativa propuesta por la CNMC?

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A cuestas con las bolsas de plástico. Foto tomada de PixbayHoy en el blog os invitamos a participar en un concurso. Quién resulte el “competitivo ganador”, verá su artículo publicado en nuestro blog :). Os contamos a continuación de qué va nuestra iniciativa: Recientemente, la CNMC publicó su  informe IPN/CNMC/002/17 en el que realizó una serie de recomendaciones al Proyecto de Real Decreto sobre reducción […]
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