China green bond issuances set to cross $100B mark in 2022

S&P Global | January 19, 2022

More Chinese issuers are expected to flock to the green bond market in 2022 on the back of government initiatives to widen the investor base and encourage bank lending to energy transition projects. Our investment banking expert Anish Ailawadi talks about how China's journey towards net-zero will need the active participation of all its stakeholders, including the government, corporates and banks.

Extract from the article: "The transition to low-carbon emission, or technology with zero-carbon footprint will need innovation and investments from corporates in this decade."

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