South Korea announces £20bn green energy plan

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Ninth biggest carbon emitter aims to have a 10 per cent share of the global green energy market by 2020

South Korea plans to plough 35.5 trillion won (£20bn) into renewable energy, nuclear power and emission reduction projects in a co-ordinated bid to boost exports and domestic employment. The south east...

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