Project finance constrained as sovereign debt builds up

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Issue 431 - 28 Jan 2021 - By Jon Marks | 9 minute read

Policymakers agree more action is needed to counter debt distress and unlock funds for the energy transition, but there are few signs that a more effective financial architecture will emerge any time soon. Meanwhile concerns over rising sovereign debt are feeding into hesitancy over new lending, writes Jon Marks.

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