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The fund, which will be launched this year, aims to reduce one billion tons of greenhouse gas emissions and empower one billion people with distributed renewable energy, the foundations said in a joint statement. Each foundation will provide $500 million of risk capital, the Financial Times reported https://www.ft.com/content/7107cbd3-0837-46fe-8cc0-8d2cb7b5f40d, adding that they hope to attract additional funds of $10 billion this year from international development agencies, before opening up to institutional investors in their bid to expand renewables investment in countries such as India, Nigeria, and Ethiopia.
Ian Foster handed the All Blacks captaincy to veteran lock Sam Whitelock, selected four new caps and devised a patchwork solution to a shortage of midfield options in his 35-man squad for home tests next month against Tonga and Fiji. With his most experienced midfield duo of Anton Lienert-Brown and Jack Goodhue both injured and with Ngangi Laumape about to leave to play in France, Foster faced a lean choice of candidates at Nos. Foster announced the squad on Monday.
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Adevinta New Executive Team Adevinta announces new Executive team following expected acquisition of eBay Classifieds Group Oslo, 21 June 2021: Adevinta ASA (“Adevinta” or the “Company”) today announces the proposed new Executive team that will lead the business after the completion of the acquisition of eBay Classifieds Group (“eCG”). The transaction was first announced in July 2020 and is expected to complete on 25 June. The new Adevinta Executive team will continue to be led by current Chief E
Rotterdam, The Netherlands, June 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Summary: Centrient Pharmaceuticals has started production at its newly built statins API manufacturing unit in Toansa, India.With this expansion the company is doubling its production capacity of Atorvastatin and Rosuvastatin, meeting the increased demand for its high-quality uniquely produced statins.Centrient Pharmaceuticals’ statins are one of the most sustainably produced in the industry by eliminating harmful solvents, generating
Morrisons shares rocketed more than 30% to around 235p, up from 178.45p on Friday night, on the back of the takeover offer, giving the entire sector a boost.
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(Bloomberg) -- Gold climbed higher amid investor buying following the biggest weekly loss in 15 months.Prices slumped to the lowest since April after policy makers at the Federal Reserve brought forward their expectations for when monetary tightening would start. That saw exchange-traded funds add the most gold in three months on Friday, according to an initial tally by Bloomberg, a sign some investors saw bullion’s decline as a buying opportunity.“Gold may be temporarily oversold and some inves
The Ministry of Health (MOH) on Monday (21 June) confirmed 16 new COVID-19 cases in Singapore, taking the country's total case count to 62,430.
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The dollar held on to the previous week's gains on Monday after the Fed's surprise hawkish tilt, while bitcoin tumbled as China stepped up its crackdown on mining of the cryptocurrency. The dollar index was broadly flat on the day after a leap of 1.9% last week - the most since March 2020 - as the U.S. Federal Reserve signalled a sooner-than-expected end to its ultra-easy monetary policy. The Fed's hawkish stance has weighed on risk sentiment since, including for stock markets, while boosting currencies seen as safe havens including the dollar and the Japanese yen.
A Cambodian court has charged four environmental activists with insulting the country's king and conspiracy to plotting, a prosecutor said on Monday, following the arrest of three of them last week as they documented waste discharge into a city river. Plang Sophal, deputy prosecutor of Phnom Penh Municipal Court, confirmed the charges in a text message but did not specify how the activists, from the group Mother Nature, had broken the laws. Though filed often in Thailand, charges of lese majeste, or insulting the monarchy, are rare in Cambodia.
The final round of Euro 2021 group stage matches has begun. Italy finished top of Group A after beating Wales 1-0 in Rome. The Dragons clinched automatic qualification for the last 16 despite that loss, pipping Switzerland to the post on goal difference. However, Switzerland have set themselves up in a good position for a best third-placed spot in the knockout stages after beating Turkey 3-1. FRANCE 24's Selina Sykes and James Vasina bring you their analysis.
The European Union will on Monday impose travel bans and asset freezes on 86 Belarusian individuals and companies, but will leave the decision on when to impose economic sanctions to leaders, the bloc's foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said. In an attempt to put more pressure on President Alexander Lukashenko over the forced landing of a Ryanair passenger plane in Minsk on May 23, the individual sanctions will hit 76 Belarusians, including the transport and defence ministers, as well as eight state entities, diplomats said. "Today we will approve the package of new sanctions, which is a wider package, about 86 people and entities," Borrell told reporters as he arrived for a meeting of EU foreign ministers in Luxembourg.
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