Bosnias Serb Republic sees 2013-2015 public investment projects at EUR 987mn.

By bne IntelliNews December 19, 2012
Bosnias Serb Republic government said on Tuesday, Dec 18, it has agreed capital investment projects worth BAM 1.93bn (EUR 987mn) for the 2013-2015 period and adopted a decision on their implementation. These projects have already secured financing sources and are part of the entitys 2013-2015 public investment programme, the government said on its website following its regular weekly meeting. In 2013 and 2014 planned capital investment will total BAM 660mn and BAM 674.6mn, respectively, while projects worth BAM 595mn will be implemented in 2015. The bulk of planned investment over the three-year period will be directed to the infrastructure (44.9% share in total), industry, energy and mining (16.5% share) and agricultural sectors (15.7%). Some of the key projects whose implementation has already started include the construction of the Banja Luka-Doboj motorway section (in cooperation with the EBRD and the EIB), the construction of the 13MW Cijevna III hydro power plant on the Bosna river (financed by the German development bank KfW and IPA funds) and a desulphurisation project at the Ugljevik thermal power plant funded by the Japanese government.

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