EIB to lend Serbia EUR 600mn in 2013.

By bne IntelliNews March 12, 2013
The EIB said on Monday, March 11, it plans to lend Serbia at least EUR 600mn worth of credits in 2013 but this volume will depend on the projects that will be offered for financing by Serbia, news agency Beta reported. EIB's deputy president Dario Scannapieco told a news conference in Belgrade that the investments will be focused on the SMEs sector, which will receive EUR 500mn, while the remaining EUR 100mn will go for the construction of roads. These two sectors are of key importance since the SMEs are important for creating new jobs, while the improved infrastructure attracts more investments.
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