EIB signs Poland's loan agreements totaling EUR 5.28bn in 2011.

By bne IntelliNews March 2, 2012
The European Investment Bank (EIB) signed in Poland loan agreements with the total value of EUR 5.28bn in 2011, while it actually paid out EUR 4.77bn, according to the institution's vice-president Anton Rop. In 2012, EIB expects to sign deals with the total value by 10-15% lower than last year, while the volume of pay-outs should remain stable, Rop said. In 2010, the agreements' value was EUR 5.48bn and the pay-outs totaled EUR 4.13bn.
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