European Investment Bank (EIB)

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The EIB is an independent public institution set up by the Treaty of Rome to contribute to balanced and steady development in the European Community. The EIB provides loans and guarantees to companies and public institutions to finance regional development, structural development, and achieve cross-border objectives. The EIB has emphasized regional development and energy, with Italy, Greece, and Ireland receiving major support.

Contact: European Investment Bank; 98-100 blvd. Konrad Adenauer; L-2950 Luxembourg; Tel: +352 43 79 1; Web: www.eib.org.

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