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- Head of EU's lending signals joint action plan for COP and giant Ukraine fundBusiness ·
October 4, 2022 · 4:47 PM UTC
The head of the European Union's powerful lending arm has urged leaders not to backslide on climate targets amid the energy crisis and signalled a joint action plan from the world's top development banks at next month's COP 27 summit and on Ukraine.