EBRD


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EBRD

abbreviation for
(Banking & Finance) European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
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Translations

EBRD

N ABBR =European Bank for Reconstruction and DevelopmentBERD m
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The manufacturer of baby diapers will receive an EBRD loan of up to US$ 1.3 million to replace obsolete production equipment and install new production systems that will allow the company to produce around 40 million diapers per year.
"Baku Electronics (BE) is a long-term client of the EBRD," the bank said.
Zvizdic said that the fact that this-year's EBRD meeting is taking place in Sarajevo is a great recognition to BiH, adding that overall EBRD investments have amounted to 2.3 billion euros through 160 projects so far.
President Mirziyoyev praised a high level of cooperation between Uzbekistan and EBRD.
Earlier this year, EBRD and Risen Energy signed another mandate letter for financing of Risen Energy's 40MW solar project, also in Kazakhstan.
The EBRD will also provide technical assistance to support the training of Addiko Bank's staff working in trade finance.
EBRD has also provided the Commercial International Bank (CIB) - Egypt with a supporting loan worth $100m.
China has become the 67th shareholder of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), the EBRD said.
The EBRD President held a high-level meeting with representatives of the new Government.
In May 2014, the EBRD predicted a growth rate of 1.9% for Bulgaria for 2014.
EBRD will start investing in Cyprus, most likely for a limited period, to help the country overcome transition challenges that have emerged during its severe economic crisis.