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As November’s US Presidential election draws nearer, the world’s largest economy finds its markets stalling, its industries contracting and corporate profits slipping. But how likely is a new president in the White House to make the country a more attractive place to invest in 2017 and beyond? James Phillips reports…

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Zero Waste Scotland yesterday announced the introduction of a new fund aimed at catalysing the development of remanufacturing business models.

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More than a dozen of the United States’ biggest companies have today announced a joint plan to invest up to $140bn in tackling climate change, in a bid to underline the private sector’s support for a deal at this year’s Paris Summit.

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More than a dozen US corporate giants are to pledge up to $140bn in low-carbon investments today, in a demonstration of their support for a global climate change deal that is expected to be agreed at the UN’s Paris Summit in December.

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The future of the emerging green bonds market in China looks promising, after $300m was raised through the country’s first offical green bond issue.

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