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Central American bank woos UK to be new member

SRI / Green Bonds

Central American bank woos UK to be new member

The Central American Bank for Economic Integration is hoping to persuade the UK government to join it as a shareholder, holding out the prospect that UK companies building infrastructure in central America might be able to gain preferential funding on attractive terms now enjoyed by Korean firms.

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