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Israelis, Palestinians and Jordanians join to counter a regional water crisis and save the Dead Sea
On this week’s episode of ‘A Dictionary of Finance’ podcast, we learn how a bank operates and the risks it has to hedge against – by playing a game.
Paris pours billions of euros into trains, trams and buses to mold a transport network of the future
The EIB and biopharmaceutical company Da Volterra announced today that they have entered into a EUR 20m financing agreement. This is a key loan designed to finance Da Volterra’s clinical developments in the area of prevention and treatment of antibiotic-resistant serious infectious and hospital-acquired diseases.
“Complex Disease Detector” from Sweden, and ColorADD from Portugal have been awarded the first and second prizes in the sixth edition of the Social Innovation Tournament, a competition organised by the European Investment Bank Institute to reward and promote innovative initiatives with a social, ethical or environmental impact working to create societal impact.
The EIB and Eurobank have signed a EUR 150 million loan agreement to finance eligible projects undertaken by small and medium-sized enterprises and midcaps operating in Greece. Through this credit line, SMEs and MidCaps active in the agriculture, tourism, manufacturing, services and other sectors, may obtain financing in the form of investment loans and working capital liquidity.