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For transforming sustainable transport, EIB provides €350m for Cairo Metro
The Kitchener drain project with a fund of €214m is expected to be signed by the end of 2018 with increasing finance to the private sector with a fund of €375m, the European Investment Bank (EIB) Vice President Dario Scannapieco told Daily News Egypt.
EIB looks forward to sign Fayoum Wastewater Expansion Project, says vice president
EU member states give €130m grant to create jobs, improve education, transport, water, energy
EIB has long list of interesting projects under appraisal in transport, energy, environment, SMEs sectors, says Palanza
EIB welcomes the country’s actions to make reforms that have long term objectives, says Vice President
Flotation boosts Bank Audi Egypt profits to EGP 1.88bn at the end of 2016
EIB is providing a €100m loan to the Qatar National Bank to support SMEs
Despite the progress accomplished by the government, effort is still needed to facilitate more investors and the private sector, says minister
The bank proposes to lend an additional €6bn to the public and private sectors to help refugees, says EIB president
The conference will go by the name ‘What’s Holding Back the Private Sector in MENA? Lessons from the Enterprise Survey’
500,000 inhabitants in 79 villages in Kafr El-Sheikh to benefit from the project
By Mohamed Ayyad During the Economic Summit in mid-March, Egypt signed a declaration of intent with the European Investment Bank (EIB), to finance developmentprojects, said Minister of International Cooperation Nagla Al-Ahwani in a statement Sunday. The declaration with EIB included many sectors in which the bank is willing to fund in the period between 2015-2017. …
Project to provide technical and financial support to industrial facilities in line with environmental laws for pollution reduction
EU entities will give assistant packages to Egypt for sanitation project in Kafr El-Sheikh
Vice President of EIB also expressed, during his meeting with Ashraf El-Arabi, interest in helping to fund government’s projects.
Moran said he considers economic growth and Egypt’s inability to attract new investment among one of the largest challenges facing the country’s new government.
The delegation is discussing progress made on deals struck last November for financial assistance to Egypt
By: Hend El-Behary The French Development Agency (FDA) along with the European Investment Bank have granted Egypt a soft loan of €940 million for the construction and development of phase three of the third Cairo underground line, stated the Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation (MPIC). Minister Ashraf Al-Araby of the MPIC, in the presence …