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International financial flows and mechanisms must be improved to support instead of burden climate adaptation and energy transition efforts of the world's most vulnerable countries.
ESG Book ratings (ASIA)
Weekly Top 5 Movers
880 Hanwha Corp 35.20%
6472 NTN Corporation 15.66%
105560 KB Financial Group Inc. 15.11%
3436 SUMCO Corporation 12.77%
161390 HANKOOK TIRE & TECHNOLOGY Co., Ltd. 12.55%
Weekly Flop 5 Movers
5108 Bridgestone Corporation -4.76%
603799 Zhejiang Huayou Cobalt Co., Ltd. Class A -2.71%
7267 Honda Motor Co., Ltd. -2.39%
5014 Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd. -2.17%
532296 Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Limited -2.11%
Source: ESG Book
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