13 September 2017

Interpreting Soviet Ukrainian mosaics
London, United Kingdom

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28 September 2017

Anne Applebaum launches ‘Red Famine’
London, United Kingdom

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16.06.15
A Greener Glass of Beer in the Kyrgyz Republic

We help instal climate friendly technology


12.06.15
EBRD and EU scale up support for small businesses in Tunisia
EBRD and EU scale up support for small businesses in Tunisia

€10 million of additional funds from the European Union


12.06.15
EBRD boosts competitiveness of Kazakh small businesses
EBRD boosts competitiveness of Kazakh small businesses

The EBRD helped Kazakhstan’s Almaty Ventilation Plant improve production and start exporting.


12.06.15
Kazakhstan: boosting business competitiveness

We advise a leading ventillation manufacturer


11.06.15
Eskişehir women entrepreneurs learn about opportunities to grow their businesses
Eskişehir women entrepreneurs learn about opportunities to grow their businesses

EBRD and partners bring Finance and Advice for WiB Programme to Turkey’s north-west


10.06.15
EBRD sells its stake in Privredna banka Zagreb
EBRD sells its stake in Privredna banka Zagreb

EBRD sold 3,981,990 shares representing its entire stake in PBZ


09.06.15
EBRD President praises Ukraine’s reforms
EBRD President Sir Suma Chakrabarti praises Ukraine’s reforms

Sir Suma Chakrabarti calls for urgent change in banking and energy sectors


09.06.15
The way forward for Ukraine
Speech transcript - the way forward for Ukraine: Sir Suma Chakrabarti, EBRD President

We see the country’s enormous unrealised potential, says EBRD President


09.06.15
“Water for life” conference in Tajikistan
“Water for life” conference in Tajikistan

EBRD, which invested €82 million in Tajik water sector, is partner of conference


09.06.15
EBRD helps Kyrgyz city Batken make water and wastewater services safer
EBRD helps Kyrgyz city Batken make water and wastewater services safer

EBRD loan and a grant from the EBRD Shareholder Special Fund help improve water and wastewater services for 29,000 people