Mexico City Government issued a 1,100 million pesos green bond in the Mexican Stock Exchange that will be earmarked to 27 green projects
11/28/2018 Since 2 years
With the aim of financing improvements in the Metro, drinking water and drainage infrastructure in the municipalities of Iztapalapa, Coyoacán, Gustavo A. Madero and Tlalpan and to promote sustainable transport projects that could contribute to reducing GHG emissions, the Capital City Government has launched a 1,100 million pesos green bond.
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