Moody’s-Turkey.

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emis­sions from ships in an ETS by the bloc “sig­nif­i­cantly risks un­der­min­ing ef­forts on a global level.” “I am con­cerned that a fi­nal de­ci­sion to ex­tend the EU ETS to ship­ping emis­sions would not only be pre­ma­ture but would se­ri­ously im­pact on the work of IMO to ad­dress GHG (green­house gas) emis­sions from in­ter­na­tional ship­ping,” Lim wrote. “Such po­lit­i­cal co­op­er­a­tion is im­por­tant to en­sure that all coun­tries act to­gether.” unit at Tako­radi with a ca­pac­ity of 200 megawatts will be com­pleted within 28 months, METKA said. This is the Greek com­pany’s sec­ond ma­jor project in Ghana, un­der­scor­ing its com­mit­ment to be­com­ing a lead­ing player in the sub-Sa­ha­ran power mar­ket.

The lat­est state­ment on Turkey by rat­ing agency Moody’s does not fit the re­al­ity of the Turk­ish econ­omy or its bank­ing sec­tor, Bu­lent Gedikli, an ad­viser to Pres­i­dent Re­cep Tayyip Er­do­gan, said on Twit­ter yes­ter­day. Moody’s said ear­lier that Turk­ish bank prof­its will be hit sig­nif­i­cantly this year by in­creased non-per­form­ing loans and warned of a “gen­eral wors­en­ing” in the in­vest­ment cli­mate.

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