To achieve net-zero emissions by 2060, Credit Suisse estimates China will need to invest about RMB100–130 trillion ($21.1–27.4 trillion) in green infrastructure projects over the next three decades.

This massive investment will be a new growth engine for China’s GDP, which should create new business opportunities and high-quality jobs.

China has demonstrated the weight of this commitment by placing the carbon neutrality agenda on par with other key national programmes and policy priorities over the next decade, says Credit Suisse at a media briefing on Sept 29.

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