Germany's KfW lends EUR 120mn to Bosnia.

By bne IntelliNews May 13, 2011
Bosnia signed a credit agreement with the German development bank KfW, under which the country will get EUR 120mn, Glas Srpske reported. The loan will be used for funding the construction of the EUR 70mn hydropower plant Vrilo and EUR 50mn the hydropower plant Crijevna on the Bosna river.

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