South African official floats ‘debt for climate’ plan for Eskom

South African official floats ‘debt for climate’ plan for Eskom

JOHANNESBURG, July 30 (Reuters) – A debt crisis at South Africa’s struggling state-owned utility Eskom could be solved by an agreement for government creditors to write off some of their loans in exchange for climate pledges and an equity injection, a deputy minister said on Friday

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