UK and India announce $1.2bn green growth package

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Chancellor of the Exchequer pledges £1.2 billion investment in India's green growth Credit:HM Treasury
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Chancellor of the Exchequer pledges £1.2 billion investment in India's green growth Credit:HM Treasury

Eleventh UK-India Economic and Financial Dialogue delivers major public-private green finance agreement, as UK seeks to bolster diplomatic ties ahead of crucial COP26 Climate Summit

The UK and India have today agreed new plans to accelerate investment in low carbon infrastructure on the subcontinent, announcing the launch of a new Climate Finance Leadership Initiative (CFLI) India...

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