EIB to Allocate 150 to 200 Million Euros to Slovenia in 2001
Ljubljana, 12 March - The European Investment Bank (EIB) will allocate 150 to 200 million euros of loans to Slovenia in 2001, which is twice as much as last year, EIB Vice-President Ewald Nowotny said during his visit to Ljubljana on Monday. The country has received 775 million worth of loans in the past decade, said Nowotny, adding that relations between Slovenia and the EIB are very good, so that it is possible to say that Slovenia is a kind of model case.
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