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Europe, Middle East & North Africa


January 25, 2011 - The World Bank Group has announced that it is making $27 billion in funding available over the next two years for countries of Europe and Central Asia (ECA) affected by the Eurozone crisis.
February 2010 -- The Europe and Central Asia region has been hit hard by the crisis, with private capital flows dwindling to $30 billion in 2009 compared to $258 billion in 2008. Tighter credit and tough economic conditions have put companies under

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Belgrade, Serbia
Tel: + 381 11 3023 750

Contact Representative:
Thomas Lubeck
Regional Manager, Western Balkans
TLubeck@ifc.org


Publications

  • All Publications in Europe and Central Asia

IFC in Slovenia

Slovenia became a member of IFC in 1993. IFC’s role in Slovenia is changing in light of the country's accession to the European Union and the growing availability of private financing. IFC will focus on the regions, sectors, and projects where IFC’s developmental role is crucial and for which private financing remains limited, emphasizing socially and environmentally sensitive sectors. 

IFC Investment

 

Details of projects currently in progress can be found in IFC Disclosure. For completed projects see press releases below or visit the IFC Press Room.

 

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