Vietnam to Indonesia: the Asian countries hit hardest by China’s clampdown on new coal-fired power plants overseas

Chinese President Xi Jinping’s pledge to the United Nations that China will no longer build coal-fired power plants overseas will leave many projects awaiting financial closure at risk of cancellation.Countries that have included significant new coal capacity in their near-term national power supply plans are likely to be hit hardest. Among these countries are Vietnam, Indonesia, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Cambodia.VietnamAlthough Vietnam has shelved around half of its planned coal power plants…

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