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"EIB provided a loan of 50 million euros to the country's leading bank, the International Bank of Azerbaijan, to finance projects promoted by small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) and companies with medium capitalization," the message reads.
So, what causes EIB? Researchers think that losing heat and moisture from the lungs during exercise causes white blood cells to release a cocktail of inflammatory proteins that make the airways narrower, causing shortness of breath and wheezing.
PDIC added that respondents also concealed from the EIB board and executive committee the advance made by the bank to buy the Batangas properties.
Before the ceremony Goranov said the agreement was a good basis for future co-operation with EIB and added he hoped that the bank would expand its role in the private sector.
Hoyer responded to "nasty remarks" coming from Greece, suggesting that the EIB has been slow to act and disburse, saying that this is a deliberate misinterpretation of the facts.
Annual average of EIB loans given to Turkey in the period from 2006 to 2010 is more than 2 billion Euro.
Further agreements with EIB in support of the network in Austria, Germany, Poland and elsewhere in Europe will be concluded shortly, EIB said.
EIB XXI training and testing will be rigorous, mission-focused and conducted under realistic conditions.
At the same time, the EIB and the Republic of Serbia signed a new Framework Agreement aimed at laying down the EIB activity in Serbia.
WELSH Water has signed a pounds 100m loan agreement with the European Investment Bank (EIB) to secure funding for essential water and wastewater improvement schemes throughout Wales up to 2010.
The EU's finance ministers, gathered for the informal Council on 12-13 September in Nice, have asked the EIB Group to significantly strengthen and modernise its support for SMEs in Europe, specifies the bank.