European Investment Bank (EIB)

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Mauritania and the EIB strengthen renewable energy and green hydrogen cooperation

(Source: European Investment Bank)

President El Ghazouani and EIB President Werner Hoyer sign declaration on green hydrogen
Scaling up wind and solar energy generation key to reduce impact of global energy price shocks
EIB to support Mauritania green hydrogen investment plans

Mauritanian President El Ghazouani today met Werner Hoyer, President of the European Investment Bank, to discuss cooperation with […]

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Global Gateway: EIB Global supports Republic of Maldives’ increased resilience to pandemics and the efficiency of its health sector with €18.4 million loan facilitated via an EU guarantee

(Source: European Investment Bank)

The EIB loan, guaranteed by the EU budget, enables the Maldives to establish a modern national health laboratory and expand regional hospitals on atolls with infectious disease wards.
The Team Europe operation allows further modernisation and decentralisation of the national healthcare system and improves treatment of patients with infectious diseases, […]

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Italy: EIB provides €50 million to finance Panariagroup’s innovation and decarbonisation strategy

(Source: European Investment Bank)

Panariagroup Industrie Ceramiche S.p.A. has launched an industrial plan with the purchase of new cutting-edge technologies and investment in research and development for innovative products and processes.
The EIB-supported investment will make it possible to improve production efficiency while also reducing energy use and CO2 emissions and cutting production costs.
The EU […]

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New EIB survey: geopolitical uncertainty negatively affecting expectations for the banking sector in Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe

(Source: European Investment Bank)

International banking groups remain confident in the region’s potential, in particular for the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Romania, amid higher profitability
Credit supply is likely to tighten in the next six months, and credit quality to worsen
Small firms to be hit the hardest

Countries in the Central, Eastern and South-Eastern […]

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