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EU-Africa Infrastructure Trust Fund

  •  Date: 07/07/2015
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The EU-AITF’s main objective is to promote investment in infrastructure in Sub-Saharan Africa through various forms of grants which are blended with long-term investments by selected development finance institutions.
 

The EIB in Austria in 2014

  •  Date: 07/07/2015
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In 2014 the EIB granted loans totalling EUR 1.5bn for projects in Austria.
 

The EIB in Bulgaria in 2014

  •  Date: 07/07/2015
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In 2014, EIB lending in Bulgaria totalled EUR 610m, representing an increase of some 126% compared to 2013.
 

The EIB in the Czech Republic in 2014

  •  Date: 07/07/2015
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In 2014, EIB lending in the Czech Republic totalled EUR 1 198m, representing a 60% increase compared to 2013 and bringing EIB lending for projects promoting European objectives in the Czech Republic to EUR 5.6bn over the past five years (2010–2014).
 

2014 Annual Report EU-Africa Infrastructure Trust Fund

  •  Date: 07/07/2015
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This report covers all the operations financed by the EU-Africa Infrastructure Trust Fund in sub-Saharan Africa. It provides details on the 10 grants, totalling EUR 59.8 million, which were approved in 2014.
 

EIB annual 18-K/A report 2014 (Amendment No.2)

  •  Date: 06/07/2015
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On 6 July 2015, the European Investment Bank has filed Amendment No.2 to the 18-K report 2014 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
 

Bridging the finance gap for SMEs in Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific

  •  Date: 01/07/2015
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Access to finance remains a genuine challenge to micro and small and medium-sized enterprises across the ACP regions, but local private enterprise development is a major driver of economic growth, revenue generation and international competiveness. The EIB has made developing the private and financial sectors a priority across all non-EU mandates.
 

Audit Committee Annual Reports for the year 2014

  •  Date: 01/07/2015
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The Annual Reports were prepared by the Audit Committee of the Bank, an independent body of individuals appointed by, and reporting to, the Board of Governors. These reports are published in accordance with a decision of the EIB's Board of Governors on 19 June 2015.
 

Tackling the energy challenge in Africa

  •  Date: 01/07/2015
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Sustainable energy is a key priority for the EIB in Africa. Almost a quarter of recent EIB operations in sub-Saharan Africa, and over a third of recent operations in North Africa, support the energy sector.
 

The European Investment Bank in Africa, the Caribbean and Pacific: Business Strategy 2015-2017

  •  Date: 01/07/2015
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In line with the EU Agenda for Change, the EIB is concentrating on catalytic financing for private sector development in the ACP countries.
 


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