World Bank to launch first sustainable water bond

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World Bank bond is part of a new series to raise investor interest in water

First in a new series of Sustainable Development Goal bonds issued by the World Bank will aim to fund projects that promote clean water and healthy oceans

The first in a series of World Bank bonds to promote sustainable water use and ocean protection has been priced at SEK1bn ($77m), the World Bank announced late last week. The seven-year bond is the...

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