Are Asia's 'tiger economies' turning their backs on coal?

Madeleine Cuff
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Are Asia's 'tiger economies' turning their backs on coal?

Falling demand for energy, surplus capacity and the growing momentum for climate action means Indonesia, China, Vietnam and India are expected to only build a fraction of their planned coal plants

For years, economists discussing India, China and other fast-growing Asian economies would point to the rapid roll out of new coal-fired power plants to illustrate the countries' meteoric pace of social...

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