Green Bonds Are Selling Like ‘Ice Cream.’ Latin America Wants In
02/28/2020 Since 11 months

At least five Latin American governments and several companies in the region are considering debt sales to fund environmentally friendly projects in what is expected to be the region’s most active year for the issuance of so-called green bonds since 2017.

The governments of Mexico, Peru, Colombia, Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic are either planning emissions or working to establish the framework to issue this year, according to Sean Kidney, the chief executive officer of Climate Bonds Initiative.

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