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Sea ports infrastructure expansion
June 20, 2017   
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Grzegorz Zielinski
The Polish Development Fund (PFR) as well as the European Investment Bank (EIB) and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) are interested in financing the country’s planned expansion of sea port infrastructure, the daily Puls Biznesu reports.
PFR is running preliminary analyses of select projects, the fund’s CEO Pawel Borys is cited as saying.
The EIB is waiting for details of the new investments before making any decisions, spokesperson Alicja Chytla said.
The EBRD, which had financed construction of a deep-water container terminal (DCT) in Gdansk, would be happy to analyze another project promising similar success, the bank’s general director for Poland and the Baltics Grzegorz Zielinski declared.
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