Development Finance

In emerging markets, patience is a virtue in the race to net zero

Patient capital has unlocked new hydropower projects in Lao Cai province, Viet Nam Image: Louis Hoang / Unsplash

Allard M. Nooy

Chief Executive Officer, InfraCo Asia, Private Infrastructure Development Group

Gilles Vaes

Chief Executive Officer, InfraCo Africa, Private Infrastructure Development Group

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