Hitch in Eurobank's green agenda

Brown, William
April 1991
New Scientist;4/20/91, Vol. 130 Issue 1765, p15
Reports on environmental projects financed by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). Sewage plants for the Vistula river in Poland; Cleanup of coal-burning industries in Silesia; Bank officials' concern on the delay cause by the lending rule on state projects; Bank board's meeting to consider proposals to encourage the growth of companies that will manufacture the equipment needed to clean up the environment in Eastern Europe.


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