IFC: we need more concessional funds for the green transition

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The IEA estimates that about $1.9tn annually is needed in developing countries to enable the transition to net zero (Photo: Chuyu2014/Envato)

Development banks are increasingly looked upon to provide funding and attract private investment in countries that most need it to transition to net zero. The World Bank’s private sector arm says more below-market rate capital is needed

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