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EIB Corruption Information - Public Sources

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Publication Date

Publisher 
EIB finances Blackburn Hospital Improvement  14 July 2003   EIB 
EU public hearing on corrupt Lesotho dams project  4 June 2003    
�Public-private partnerships for public infrastructure projects? � Objectives and experiences in Germany and Europe�.  10 April 2003   EIB 
South West Water X  27 November 2002   EIB 
Bankrolling Enron's global exploitation  13 June 2002   The Baltimore Sun 
Guide to Procurement (European Investment Bank)  1 April 2002   EIB Web site 
EIB lends EUR 333 million to priority projects in Romania  11 March 2002   EIB press release 
Poland: EIB finances water schemes in Lodz-  8 March 2001   EIB 
EIB loan for water management in Argentina  17 January 2001   Press release: EXT 2001/002 
SOUTH WEST WATER IX  21 December 2000   EIB 
EIB finances water schemes in Torun, Poland  29 June 2000   EIB Press Release 
Belgium: further EIB loan finance in support of water management programme in Flanders  7 March 2000   EIB 
EIB finances water schemes in Southern Poland  25 February 2000   EIB Press Release 
EIB loan for water supply in China  10 September 1999   Press Release 
EIB loan for water supply in Cordoba, Argentina  14 July 1999   Press Release 
EIB lends to City of Prague  30 June 1999   Press release: EXT 1999/024 
EIB loan for water in Manila - Philippines  27 January 1999   Press Release 
EIB finance for the Lesotho Highlands Water Project  4 June 1998   Press Release 
EIB loan to waste water plant in Stockholm area  24 October 1997   Press Release 

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