Growing a Green Bonds Market in China
This report provides a range of specific, action-oriented recommendations for China’s policy-makers on how to grow a green bonds market in China.
These policy options are gaining traction amongst top policy-makers in China: for example, many of them are included in recent policy agenda drafts from People's Bank of China, the central bank.
It is part of a broader project of the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) working in partnership with the Financial Research Institute of the Development Research Centre of the State Council (DRC-FRI): “Greening China’s Financial System” Initiative. It follows on from an earlier report on green bonds in China published in March 2014.
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