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By Archie Zhang
BEIJING (MNI) - Chinese public and private entities sold over CNY350
billion green bonds in domestic and overseas markets in 2019, 30% more than a
year ago, as the country sought funding for projects in clean energy,
environmental protection, sustainable transportation and buildings, said Ma Jun,
the Chairman of the Green Finance Committee of the China Finance Association.
Since 2016, China has in total raised total CNY1.1 trillion via the sale of
green bonds, Ma said at the Asian Finance Forum on Tuesday.
China, as one of the world's largest green finance markets, is seeking
standardization in partnership with Europe to allow companies from both sides to
offer bonds in each other's markets, such as green panda bonds in China, Ma
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