European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
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The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has improved its estimates of Romania's economy in 2019 and maintained its 2020 GDP forecast, according to a press statement released on Wednesday by the bank. According to the latest EBRD forecasts, Romania's economy is expected to grow 4pct this year, up from its previous estimates of May 2019's 3.2pct.
Properties worth hundreds of millions of euros are expected to come on the market in the next few months as banks and the investments funds that have acquired portfolios of loans secured against property assets are picking up the pace in this process to make the most of improving conditions and institutional investors' appetites for more and larger properties, so as to secure higher prices.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development Bank (EBRD) is preparing to introduce a new energy efficiency finance model for Turkey's public sector that will fund energy performance companies (EPCs) who will collaborate for energy savings with the public institutions, Turkey's deputy head at the EBRD told Anadolu Agency on Sept. 27.
With its geographical location, diverse economy and large market, Turkey offers immense opportunities for investors, and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has been in the country with a long-term commitment, Suma Chakrabarti, president of the development bank, told Hürriyet.
The Minister of Public Finance, Eugen Teodorovici, said it is absolutely necessary the new European Commission to take into account the interests of all member states, and not only of some of them that are believed to be stronger and more influent. "I hope that the new team of the European Commission will truly approach every matter in the spirit of cohesion.