World Bank to lend Montenegro USD 215mn in next four years.

By bne IntelliNews January 14, 2011
The World Bank will lend USD 215mn to support various projects in Montenegro in the next four years, the Banks coordinator for southeast Europe, Jane Armitage, was quoted by newswire seebiz.eu. The Banks support will focus on several key areas high education and science, environment protection, agriculture and health. It will also include a loan for budget support to the financial sector. Montenegro became a member of the World Bank in January 2007.

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