Major losses make PLN a risky bet
PREMIUM In early May, one of Japan’s major insurers, the Dai-ichi Life Insurance Company, became the first Japanese financial institution to restrict lending to coal-fired power plants. This came only days after Allianz, Europe’s largest insurer, announced it would immediately pull its coverage from coal-fired power plants and coal mines, and barely a fortnight since banking giant HSBC rule...
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