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  • In short the EIB is furthering the aims, which as we know are integrationist and federalist, of the European Union and must therefore consider that by lending to the BBC those aims are being furthered.

    The BBC: In Our Interests Or The EU's?

  • I have highlighted several features of the EIB’s objectives which, on any reasonable view, demonstrate how the relationship of the BBC with the EIB is an unacceptable one.

    The BBC: In Our Interests Or The EU's?

  • Directly owned and therefore backed by the 26 Member States, the EIB is the most important multinational borrower in the world: at mid 2011 it had the equivalent of 310 billion euros issued in many currencies, mostly the Euro and the US Dollar.

    Georges Ugeux: France's Downgrade Threatens the Eurozone's AAA

  • The EIB is the European Union's investment and development bank.

    EIB to Lend Through Erste Bank

  • The piece also noted that the EIB is the EU's "long-term financing institution" and describes its aim as providing "finance capital investment" to further "European integration by promoting EU policies".

    It has emerged …

  • The EIB is the EU's long-term lending arm, created in 1958 to finance the infrastructure development needed to knit together the separate national economies into a more integrated whole.

    EU Weighs Merger Plan

  • The EIB is the long-term lending institution of the European Union.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The EIB is a European Union (EU) institution which assists developing countries with grants in terms of the Lome Convention.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The EIB is the financial institutution of the European Union.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The EIB, which is owned by the 15 EU states, specialises in providing long-term financing for infrastractural projects.

    ANC Daily News Briefing


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