LONDON, April 9 (Reuters) – HSBC and the Asian
Development Bank (ADB) will provide a combined $300 million in
financing to help Asia’s supply chains boost manufacturing
capacity for COVID-19 vaccines, the two lenders said on Friday.
The initiative builds on a risk-sharing scheme the banks
launched in July to help to fund suppliers of personal
protective equipment (PPE) as they and vaccine makers race to
meet global demand that outstrips supply.…
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