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EBRD approves new mining sector strategy

The Board of Directors of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has approved a new mining sector strategy, setting out the Bank’s priorities in this area until 2029. The new strategy recognises the important role the mining industry is set to play in developing greener economies that are aligned with the Paris Agreement. The responsible exploration and mining of metals and minerals, such as copper, lithium, cobalt and nickel, will be critical to achieving this goal. The strategy has the following priorities: To selectively support the exploration and production of metals and minerals required for the green energy transition and digitalisation. To support the decarbonisation of mining activities by promoting cleaner energy sources, innovation, digitalisation, gender-equal skills development and resource efficiency. To support mining companies’ environmental, social and governance (ESG) and inclusion practices. To assist governments in the EBRD regions in improving mining sector regulation and businesses in implementing best practices. The EBRD will support the exploration, development, production and processing of metals and minerals (with the exception of uranium and thermal coal) required for the green and digital transition and new technologies. The Bank will also promote circular economy principles in the mining sector to encourage the re-use and recycling of metals. The EBRD will aim to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from existing and new mining projects across all economies where it operates. The Bank will foster innovation and the digitalisation of mining activities in these economies to improve resource efficiency, make them more competitive and sustainable, and create a safer operating environment. The Bank will also promote inclusive access to digital and green skills, leading to greater employment opportunities in the sector. The EBRD will promote the adoption of best ESG and inclusion practices and standards across the mining sector. It will also aim to reduce the environmental impact created by historical mining activities and support remediation work at legacy mining sites in the EBRD regions. The Bank will encourage an increase in ESG information disclosure and reporting practices. The EBRD will assist national authorities in the economies where it operates in strengthening the Various Countries

Argentina ‘to lose 250,000 jobs’ if new president ends public sector work

The president of the Argentine Chamber of Construction has warned that construction companies have begun laying workers off in expectation of a collapse in public sector projects. It follows president-elect Javier Milei’s statement shortly after winning the election that he would “cut off public works entirely”. Milei said: “We do not have money, so these works can be delivered to the private sector and let the private sector finish them. We don’t have money, if there is a fiscal deficit. Let the mayors find a way to finance it.” If Milei goes ahead with this policy, it would affect thousands of projects. There are currently 2,308 public works projects underway in the country, involving investments of $861m. Of these, 514 involve roads, 1,031 are for water and sewerage, and 763 cover social infrastructure such as hospitals and universities. Argentina’s Infrastructure Ministry has estimated that 250,000 direct jobs would be lost if Milei abandoned all public sector projects. Gustavo Weiss, the president of the Argentine Chamber of Construction (Camarco), told daily newspaper La Nueva that workers were being let go and construction activity was “decreasing significantly”. He said that while some types of projects benefit from private finance, around 83% of global investment in infrastructure comes from the public sector. A Camarco source told business website BNamericas that the cuts would affect projects that are already underway, but added they didn’t know any specific companies making workers redundant. Weiss said the public sector owes $445m to contractors. He said construction activity was already in decline when the runoff vote took place on 19 November but that the outlook has worsened since then due to Milei’s pledges. Milei, who referred to Camarco as a “chamber of corruption” during his campaign, will take office on 10 December. As well as cutting public sector construction, he has said he intends to scrap most ministries, cut subsidies, reduce taxes, make labour market reforms, and introduce incentives for private investment. Argentina

German billionaire in talks to buy Hamburg’s stalled Elbtower

German logistics magnate Klaus-Michael Kühne is considering a purchase of Signa Real Estate’s half-finished Elbtower, German business newspaper Handelsblatt reports. A source told the paper that discussions on a possible deal are advanced, but that no decision has been made. Kühne is the majority owner of transport group Kühne und Nagel as well as a stakeholder in German airline Lufthansa and shipping firm Hapag Lloyd. Work on the 254m Hamburg tower stalled in November after its Austrian developer missed interim payments to contractor Lupp. According to the paper, the project has been hit by high construction costs, rising interest rates and “home-made problems”. The group’s real estate management subsidiary in Germany declared insolvency last Friday, and construction had halted at six of its sites in the country by the middle of last month. The project is expected to cost €950m and, if completed, will be the third highest building in Germany after the Commerzbank Tower and the Messeturm (Trade Fair Tower) in Frankfurt. Germany

UK provides £226m to overhaul Iraqi city’s water systems

The UK government has secured £226m to build new drainage and water treatment systems for the Iraqi city of Hillah south of Baghdad. Under the deal arranged by the government’s export credit agency, UK Export Finance (UKEF), Standard Chartered Bank offers a guarantee for £113m and the UK Treasury will make a direct loan of £113m. UKEF said the deal was “transformational” for a district that cannot currently treat its wastewater. With a pipe network of some 350km, the systems will process up to 20 million cubic metres of water a year, bringing clean water to some 25,000 households and improved sanitation to many more. UKEF said the deal would lead to around £100m worth of UK export contracts, as the project will get equipment and services from the UK. UK joint venture GCITJ Babel Limited will carry out the work under contract to the Babil governorate. The drainage and water treatment systems will reduce the risk of diseases from poor sanitation and flooding from stormwater and the nearby Euphrates River. The project will also upgrade existing treatment systems so that they can create biogas and phosphorous by-products for local agriculture. Iraq

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