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catalyze

 [kat´ah-līz]
to cause or produce catalysis.

cat·a·lyze

(kat'ă-līz),
To act as a catalyst.

cat·a·lyze

(kat'ă-līz)
To act as a catalyst.
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The catalyzing green finance concept emerged late last year during ADB meetings with key government officials, various G20 green finance task force members including from the PRC and the United Nations Environment Programme, and experts from the private sector.
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