First it was capital controls (no one talks about the success of Iceland with this policy) that the IMF revised. Now it is what the IMF refers to as “The policy that shall not be name”, Indutrial Policy, that is being rehabilitated.
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Party leader said they cannot go into the vote ‘without taking into account’ recent protests. Read here
Carbon Tracker: 79% of EU coal generators are currently running at a loss and could lose €6.57 bn in 2019
In this latest Analyst Note from the Power and Utilities team we explain the financial implications of recent changes to coal power economics in the EU. In doing so, we argue EU policymakers and investors […]