Poll: British exporters 'overwhelmingly' back more climate action from UK Export Finance

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The UK's Expert Finance credit agency has come under increasing scrutiny for its ongoing support for fossil fuel projects overseas
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The UK's Expert Finance credit agency has come under increasing scrutiny for its ongoing support for fossil fuel projects overseas

It comes amid revelations UKEF is still considering support for a host of overseas fossil fuel projects, despite recent pledge from PM to put an end to such backing

The vast majority of UK exporting companies believe the government's overseas financial credit agency should do far more to support climate action, biodiversity protection, and British low carbon goods...

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