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- The Bank of England is set to tweak its $28 billion corporate bond program to make it greener.
- The UK government told the Bank on Wednesday that it should take climate change into account.
- Campaigners have criticized the Bank’s bond-buying for funding big polluters.
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The Bank of England has said it plans to make its £20 billion ($28 billion) corporate bond-buying program greener after the UK government told it to start taking climate change into account.
UK chancellor Rishi Sunak on Wednesday changed details ⇒
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