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  • EBRD supports top-class

    cement plant in Mongolia


    With the EBRD's help, Mongolia’s Senj Sant is

    constructing a technologically advanced, environmentally

    friendly dry process cement plant - the first of its kind so

    far in Mongolia - to meet rising demand generated by a

    rapidly growing economy.


    The EBRD has supported this investment both through

    an equity deal and US$65 million loan. The Bank’s

    backing has been crucial to arriving at a bankable and

    technically robust structure for the project.

  • EBRD finances modern

    terminal in Odessa port


    The EBRD is providing a loan of up to US$ 60 million 

    to help develop a grain trans-shipment terminal in the

    Port of Odessa with an anticipated annual throughput

    capacity of up to 4.5 million tonnes of grain.


    The terminal will address the shortage of modern,

    deep-water port grain trans-shipment capacity in

    Ukraine, as well as benefit the region by creating

    jobs and increasing economic activity in the Port

    of Odessa area.

  • EBRD signs largest

    project in Tajikistan


    The EBRD is providing a US$50 million loan to fund

    the first phase of the modernisation of the Qairokkum

    hydropower plant, in its largest project in Tajikistan to

    date, and one of the largest in the country’s energy



    The modernisation of the Qairokkum power plant will

    help reduce power shortages and improve power

    distribution in Sugd, the country’s second largest

    industrial region. It will also help mitigate against the

    effects of climate change and extreme weather.

What we do

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development fosters transition to market economies in countries from central and eastern Europe to central Asia and the southern and eastern Mediterranean.

EBRD Annual Meeting 2014

Our Annual Meeting and Business Forum this year took place in Warsaw.

Its theme was ‘Changing Economies, Changing Lives’ 25 years after the fall of the Iron Curtain.