Aflafa for sale.

Gujarat Fluorochemicals hopes to generate 4-6 million carbon credits annually from early next year, and has a deal to sell them to the Netherlands and a Japanese firm. Its shares have soared 13 fold in slightly more than a year, to 1,982 rupees. In short it makes more and more profit by making it machines generate less and less of floro carbons they can produce.

This is a serious matter (:-for if not from GF we need to our share of environmental hazardous florocarbons from anywhere. And the Japs or Yankees wont sell us for anything cheaper.

On a side note, is this something like farmsubsadies, where the guy in catch-22 you can get more and more money to grow to less and less of aflafa. And people start buying more land to not grow aflafa.