Tags (30) : EIB
12/23/2016 | Euro-Mediterranean projects
Asia, Atatürk, Avrasya, Bosphorous, BOT, Deutsche Bank, EIB, Eurasia, Europe, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development EBRD, European Investment Bank, Export-Import Bank of Korea, Garanti Bank, Germany, Göztepe, Japan, K-Sure, Kazlıçeşme, Korea, Marmaray, Marmaray rail tunnel, Mizuho Bank, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Sabiha Gökçen, SK, SK Engineering & Construction, Standard Chartered, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, Tapi Merkezi, Turkey, Türkiye İş Bankası, United Kingdom, Yapi Kredi, Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge
12/13/2016 | Euro-Mediterranean projects
To ease its chronic traffic congestion, Cairo's is continually investing in extending its metro system. Work is currently in progress on phase 3 of line no. 3 which, when finished, will link the airport to the city centre. Version française
09/27/2016 | Euro-Mediterranean projects
Designed to both resupply the Dead Sea with water from the Red Sea and provide drinking water to the region's inhabitants through desalination, the "Peace Canal" should theoretically be operational in 2018. Version française
05/13/2016 | Euro-Mediterranean projects
International financiers in Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey need to cope with the emergency while preparing for the future. Version française
05/03/2016 | Euro-Mediterranean projects
In the next few months, an Egyptian investment fund to finance projects carried by local SMEs is due to receive the backing of the EIB. Others will follow. Version française
01/05/2016 | Euro-Mediterranean projects
The European Investment Bank is urging Mediterranean banks to provide financing to small, very small and medium-sized businesses. In Tunisia, the partnership with Réseau Entreprendre could be duplicated. Version française
12/21/2015 | Euro-Mediterranean projects
The Egyptian government and international lenders are launching a number of projects designed to reduce CO2 emissions. Version française
Alexandria, Cairo, Dabaa, Damietta, desert, Egypt, Egyptian Pollution Abatement Programme, EIB, energy sector, environment, EPAP, European investment bank, Finland, infrastructure, Japonese Bank for international cooperation, nuclear power, nuclear power station, pollution, Rosatom, Suez Canal, world bank
Román Escolano : "The EIB is convinced of the Maghreb's growth potential and wants to contribute to it."
11/30/2015 | Euro-Mediterranean projects
Vice-President of the European Investment Bank and in charge since September 2015 of EIB activities in the Maghreb, Román Escolano speaks about his ambitions for this region. Version française
11/03/2014 | Socio-economic assessments
12/06/2013 | Environment
LEBANON. The Lebanese energy sector is attempting to make up ground in terms of energy efficiency. Interview with Pierre El Khoury, director of the LCEC, an organisation affiliated to the Lebanese Ministry of Energy and Water that is charged with drawing up energy efficiency strategies. French version
12/05/2013 | Environment
All around the Mediterranean, countries are looking at improving their energy efficiency. Efficiency is thought of as key to reducing energy consumption, particularly in homes. This is why all the focus is on the building sector. French version
Ademe, Algeria, Christelle Bedes, Egypt, EIB, energy consumption, energy efficiency, europe, Greece, Jordan, Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation, Lebanon, medener, Mediterranean, Morocco, Pierre el-Khoury, Portugal, real energy efficiency culture, Syria, the Palestinian Authority, Tunisia, World Energy Council
Flavia Palanza: “There is a serious discrepancy between the needs of southern countries and their ability to borrow”
09/30/2013 | Euro-Mediterranean projects
A consequence of political and military crises, after two years of high levels of funding, 2013 has seen a slow-down in the level of EIB investment on the southern and eastern shores of the Mediterranean. FEMIP (the Facility for Euro-Mediterranean Investment and Partnership) brings together all of the EIB’s work supporting socio-economic development in Mediterranean partner countries (Algeria, Egypt, Gaza-West Bank, Israel, Jordan, Libya, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia and soon Libya). Its director, Flavia Palanza, has the power to carry out substantial funding, but there has been a decline in the take-up and use of new lending by partner countries. Version française
05/21/2013 | Euro-Mediterranean projects
Several sections have already been completed, but economic crises, corruption, and revolutions have delayed the opening of this major infrastructure project that should enhance relations between North African countries. It will be a few more years before you can drive from Agadir to the Libyan border without leaving the highway. Version française
Agadir, Algeria, Algiers, Arab Maghreb Union, Ben Gardane, Bousalem, east-west highway, EIB, European investment bank, Gabès, highway, Libya, Libyan border, Maghreb, Medenine, mediterranean, Mohamed Salman, north africa, north Africa highway, Nouakchott, OujdaTunis, Ras Jedir, Sfax, trans-north africa highway, Tripoli, Tunisia, Ufm, UMA, union for the mediterranean
03/25/2013 | Euro-Mediterranean projects
Having given €4.3 billion in loans to France in 2012, The European Investment Bank will have a budget of €7 billion in 2013.
Astra, Autolib, Bolloré, BPCC, Caisse d'Epargne, Crédit coopératif, Crédit Mutuel Arkéa, Demeter, EIB, EIF, Elaia Alpha, electric vehicles, energy, European investment Bank, European investment fund, financial tools, France, Free, loans, mocro-enterprises, OP Ventures, Philippe de Fontaine-Vive, Renault, SME, Société GénéraleE, sustainable transport, urban development
02/04/2013 | Euro-Mediterranean projects
THE MEDITERRANEAN. The EIB is reinforcing its strategy in the fight against climate change...
01/29/2013 | Euro-Mediterranean projects
EUROPE / THE MEDITERRANEAN. The European Investment Bank (EIB) shows its support for microcredit.
BPCE, caisse d'épargne, CEPAC, Christian Fara, Crea-Sol, Daniel Boccardi, Egypt, EIB, ENDA, europe, european investment bank, HR company, inter-arabe, Jacques Derégnaucourt, Jean-Claude Cette, Jean-Luc Dulaurier, Mamadou Konaté, Marc Low, mediterranean, microcredit, Philippe de Fontaine Vive, Pierre Mackiewicz, Tunisia
12/21/2012 | Euro-Mediterranean projects
MEDITERRANEAN. The Mediterranean Solar Plan should allow the positioning of renewable energy (particularly wind and solar power) at the heart of Mediterranean exchanges.
12/11/2012 | Euro-Mediterranean projects
MEDITERRANEAN. In the space of a year, the EIB has agreed more than €1bn of loans for rail related public transport projects (trams, trains, and subways) in Mediterranean countries.
AFD, Agence française de développement, Algérie, Annaba, Athènes, Batna, Besançon, Cairo, EIB, european investment bank, France, French development agency, Ile de France, Le havre, LGV, LGV Atlantique, LGV Bretagne Pays de la Loire, LGV Est, lignes de train à grande vitesse, Mans, Maroc, mediterranean, mediterranean bassin, mediterranean rail, Montpellier, Moselle, Mostaganem, Méditerranée, Orléans, Ouargla, Paris, Piraeus, Pirée, rail, rail transport, Rennes, Rome, Sidi Bel Abbes, subway, Sétif, Tours, trams, Tramway, Tunis, Tunisie, Vendenheim
12/10/2012 | Euro-Mediterranean projects
FRANCE. French constructors are looking for cleaner, greener vehicles. Current R&D principally involves the use of electrical technology.
10/30/2012 | Mediterranean territorial issues