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BlackRock to Make Massive Infrastructure Move to ‘Decarbonize the World’ and Reap Government Subsidies

BlackRock reached an agreement to acquire Global Infrastructure Partners for $12.5 billion,

a move aimed at advancing the investment giant’s climate objectives and capitalizing on government subsidies. BlackRock is the world’s largest asset manager and is a proponent of environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) investing. Both companies share a commitment to decarbonization and BlackRock sees the deal’s timing as opportune, as governments have offered businesses rare financial incentives to build infrastructure.

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