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ANALYSIS - Want to invest responsibly? A new breed of stock exchange aims to help
by Sarah Shearman and Annie Banerji
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12 July 2019
On 12 July 2019 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
If regulators give their approval, Scotland's first new stock exchange in nearly 50 years will launch this year to list securities with measurable environmental or social outcomes. Meanwhile, India's government last week unveiled plans to open an electronic platform to enable social enterprises -- businesses that aim to do good as well as make a profit -- to raise capital. They follow initiatives in Canada and Singapore to help social entrepreneurs tap into a market whose estimated value is now $502 billion, according to the Global Impact Investing Network, an industry body.
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