UniCredit Serbia, KfW sign EUR 11mn deal to finance infrastructure projects.

By bne IntelliNews November 3, 2011
UniCredit Bank Serbia and German development bank KfW have signed an agreement on a EUR 11mn loan to finance muncipal infrastructure projects, Tanjug news agency reported. UniCredit Serbia has so far approved some EUR 60mn in loans for infrastructure projects in around 30 Serbian cities and municipalities, the bank's CEO Klaus Priverschek said.

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