World Bank approves $265m Argentinian renewables and forest protection push

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Board backs three high-profile projects designed to boost renewables in rural communities

The World Bank this week approved $265m of investment in Argentina's emerging green economy, signing off on three projects designed to enhance forest protection and deliver renewable energy access to rural...

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