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Germany raises 6.5 billion euros from first-ever green bond
by Yoruk Bahceli
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16 September 2020
On 16 September 2020 Reuters reported:
Germany saw good demand for its first-ever green bond on Wednesday [16 September], in a landmark moment for Europe's climate-focused finance drive. 'With today's issue of the government's first green bond, we have taken an important step towards significantly strengthening Germany as a sustainable finance location,' German deputy finance minister Joerg Kukies told Reuters.
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... Germany's decision to issue a variety of maturities should help central banks and bank treasuries become more active in the green bond market, said Tanguy Claquin, head of sustainable banking at Credit Agricole's investment banking arm, which structured Germany's bond.
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