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EU to end all fossil fuel lending in two years
After months of contentious negotiations, the governing board of the European Investment Bank (EIB), the EU’s lending arm, voted to convert itself into a ‘climate bank’ — delivering a major policy promise of incoming EU Commission President Ursula Von Der Leyen.
China economist: Beijing will now encourage 'shadow' lending to boost growth
After tamping down on shadow banking in the last few years, China will now likely encourage such lending to boost economic growth, a Chinese economist told CNBC on Monday ahead of the country's annual parliamentary session.
Central bank official: Bank lending for 'real economy' key to boost China growth
China should encourage its banks to support smaller, private firms in the real economy, rather than forced lending or policies such as quantitative easing, a state newspaper quoted a central bank official as saying on Saturday.
Meet the robot lending a cyber-hand to Cornwall’s cauliflower harvest
Harvesting a cauliflower is not as simple as it looks.
Big four banks' lending to Australian renewable projects falls
Australia’s big four banks’ lending for Australian renewable energy projects has tumbled in the first half of 2016, despite all of them spruiking their continuing support for the sector.
Canada cuts lending rate as country heads for recession
The Canadian central bank has cut its key lending rate by a quarter-point to 0.5 percent in an apparent attempt to stimulate the country’s economy, which has been suffering from recession in the first half of this year.
ECB to stop Greece lending if no deal inked by March
The European Central Bank (ECB) says Greece cannot keep receiving financial aid from the institution if it fails to extend its bailout program before a February deadline.

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