World Bank opens up $60m climate finance scheme to developing nations

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International Finance Corporation says scheme will help fund green startups in developing economies

The World Bank has set up a $60m (£38m) private and public fund to promote green innovation and boost clean technologies in emerging markets. The International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of...

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