Issues Paper on facilitating additional TEN-T investment

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Issues Paper on facilitating additional TEN-T investment

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  •  Date: 21 October 2009

This Issues Paper outlines the various long-term strategic financing challenges that confront the financing of the TEN-T (Trans European Transport Network) as well as those arising from the current difficult economic conditions. This paper was prepared by a Working Group consisting of representatives from the Directorate-General for Transport and Energy (DG TREN) (and DG ECFIN) as well as the EIB with the purpose of identifying potential measures for consideration by EU and national policy makers that could deepen and diversify access to sources of finance as well as financial instruments capable of facilitating additional investment in the development of the TEN-T Infrastructure.

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