The Study on the Status and the Countermeasures of Low-carbon Financial System of China
Yuechun Wen, Yingzi Wu
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DOI: 10.4236/lce.2010.12009   PDF   HTML     5,442 Downloads   10,968 Views   Citations

Abstract

Low-carbon economy has become the inevitable choice for the future development of human society, and can not de-velop without the strong support from financing system. Based on foreign low-carbon finance development experience, through studying on the status and the existing problem of the development of the domestic low-carbon finance, it is found that it is very important to improve and perfect a low-carbon financial system for China, including the low-carbon financial institutions and products system, the low-carbon financial market system, the low-carbon finan-cial environment system and the supporting policies and measures system.

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Y. Wen and Y. Wu, "The Study on the Status and the Countermeasures of Low-carbon Financial System of China," Low Carbon Economy, Vol. 1 No. 2, 2010, pp. 71-79. doi: 10.4236/lce.2010.12009.

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