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France has issued its first "green bonds" with a record 7 billion euro ($7.5 billion) sale, paving the way for the establishment of a genuine market in renewable energy bonds.Poland was the first country to enter the green bond market with a more modest 750 million euro issue in December.But because of its size and maturity, the French transaction marked the entry of states into the green bonds market, stressed Anthony Requin, CEO of Agence France Tresor, which manages French government debt.
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