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Perspective
20 February 2018

Dragged over the coals

In:
Metals and Mining, Power
Region:
Middle East & Africa, Americas, Asia-Pacific, Europe
Reporter
Despite the endless stream of PR statements about banks exiting coal-related lending, none can actually track where the proceeds of loans to commodity traders go. When are banks going to come clean about the loopholes in their coal-related lending policies and start a useful debate about coal finance?

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