The EIB is the EU bank. But it finances urban development outside the EU too, including projects like the Quito Metro. Follow the map of the Metro in Ecuador’s capital to learn about projects the EIB took from the earliest stages right through to implementation.
The EIB remains committed to supporting good quality projects in Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific (ACP). This booklet explains what we do, how we do it, and the ways in which our institution is evolving to meet the needs of people on the ground in the ACP regions.
This evaluation assesses the functioning of the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI), implemented by the EIB Group. EFSI is one of the three pillars of the Investment Plan for Europe (IPE), which aims to reduce investment gaps in the EU. This evaluation, taking place at EFSI’s mid-term, is a requirement of the EFSI Regulation.
This new "Guide to the Statistical Treatment of Public Private Partnerships" has been prepared by EPEC and Eurostat with a view to help PPP stakeholders better understand the impact of PPPs on government balance sheets.
The Investment Plan for Europe aims to relaunch investment and restore EU competitiveness, thus increasing growth and creating jobs. The investments are intended to trigger EUR 315 billion in investment in three years.
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