Green trade: UK Export Finance pleges to align its financing with net zero by 2050

Cecilia Keating
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The UK's Expert Finance credit agency has faced growing calls to align its investment practices with UK climate goals | Credit: UKEF
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The UK's Expert Finance credit agency has faced growing calls to align its investment practices with UK climate goals | Credit: UKEF

UK's export credit agency vows to increase support for 'clean growth, renewables and climate adaptation exports' as it unveils new emissions goal

The UK's export agency has pledged to achieve net zero emissions across its financing portfolio by 2050, setting out its plans to increase support for 'green' projects and improve its understanding of...

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