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Green Evaluation: Landsea Green Properties Co. Ltd.'s Proposed US$200 Million Green Bond

On Jan. 15, 2020, Landsea Green Properties Co. Ltd. proposed the issuance of US$200 million in green bonds. The company will use the proceeds to finance debt related to the construction of new environmentally certified green residential buildings and the refurbishment of existing buildings to be environmentally certified in China in accordance with its Green Bond Framework. A maximum of 10% of the proceeds may be used for research and development (R&D) related to energy-efficient designs and technologies for green buildings, while the remaining 90% will be directly applied to these projects. Our evaluation only applies to the proceeds used directly applied to these projects and therefore excludes the financing of R&D activities.


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