Japanese, Singaporean banks finance controversial Indonesian coal plant

The financial close for the Tanjung Jati B coal-fired power plant expansion was announced on Feb. 27 by the Japan Bank for International Cooperation. Funding will be provided by eight Japanese and Singaporean banks. The $3.36 billion loan will finance the …
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