Global Briefing: Asia's richest man plots $76bn green infrastructure blitz

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Indian billionaire Mukesh Ambani at the 2007 World Economic Forum | Credit: Wikimedia Commons
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Indian billionaire Mukesh Ambani at the 2007 World Economic Forum | Credit: Wikimedia Commons

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Fossil fuel tycoon pledges $76bn for green infrastructure in India Fossil fuel magnate Mukesh Ambani has pledged to spend $76bn on green projects in the Indian state of Gujarat through his company Reliance...

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