Research on the Investment and Financing Mechanism for Development of Low-Carbon Economy

Lu Guan; Weiwei Zhang
September 2012
Business & Management Research;Sep2012, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p48
Academic Journal
To develop low-carbon economy has been an inevitable choice for human social development, while an efficient investment and financing mechanism is the basic precondition for the smooth development of low-carbon economy. In this paper, authors firstly analyze main investment and financing modes in the world, and secondly investigate the investment and financing needs of China's low-carbon economy and the trouble. Finally, authors propose some suggestions, in the hope of building and improving the investment and financing mechanism for the development of low-carbon economy in China.


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