A trade-promotion effort by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) just completed financing on its 20,000th transaction, which will provide 18,000 euros to cover clothing imported into Cyprus from Italy.
The European Commission (EC) recently reviewed three European Citizens’ Initiatives – registering two and rejecting one – that relate to union citizens’ rights in the wake of the United Kingdom’s Brexit referendum.
The European Commission (EC) recently published a first assessment on the introduction of preconditions that member states must fulfill to receive funding from the European Structural and Investment (ESI) Funds, indicating that the preconditions have proved valuable.
For decades, having a private yacht has been a central symbol of wealth and affluence. This kind of boating has become synonymous with luxury. But a Greek company, Incrediblue, is making yacht rental and other services easier for anyone who has the resources to book such a marine experiences.
In keeping with its philosophy of resiliency being a key quality for successful economies, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) recently supplied a syndicated loan of $32 million to Turkey’s Hayat Varlık.
In preparation for European Bank for Reconstruction and Development's (EBRD) new country strategy for Bosnia and Herzegovina, members of the board of directors recently travelled to the county to meet with government authorities, business representatives and civil society organizations.
The European Commission has conditionally approved a proposed merger between chemical companies Dow and DuPont, overcoming competition and innovation concerns with agreements for DuPont to divest of some of its business.
The EBRD recently won two mergers and acquisitions awards, including Investment Bank of
the Year, which the bank won individually, and Cross-border Deal of the Year, which the bank won with other investors for the buyout of Allegro Group.