Business Network proposes to create a green bond market within the Pacific Alliance
08/27/2018 Since 2 years
With the aim of connecting the climate initiatives of companies operating in Colombia with those of other companies at the global level, in March Colombia became the third country in the world to join the Network of Business Leaders Against Climate Change (Leccc). The president of the alliance, José Palma, spoke about the local operation and the proposal to create a common market for green bonds within the Pacific Alliance.
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