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What the papers say - The Guardian

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Construction of big dams in developing countries could be subsidised under new European Commission proposals presented to the export credit agencies of the world's 29 richest countries. The proposals would extend the repayment period for such projects from 10 to 15 years. The move is opposed by environmental groups and the World Bank, which does not regard hydroelectric projects as renewable.

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