- Injection of working capital into Russian and Ukrainian agribusiness systems, which remain chronically illiquid. The Project represents a good opportunity to leverage the activities of a key sponsor and thereby increase funding to this sector without taking undue commercial risks.
- Upstream linkages, promotion of competition and international integration of CIS agribusiness: Nidera provides limited pre-financing to farmers and other local market participants. Traders like Nidera regulate global supply and demand and provide a link between Russian agribusiness and international markets. This further encourages trading infrastructure.
- Finally the Project further supports the Bank’s increasingly active institutional role in agribusiness financing in Russia and Ukraine and underlines the Bank’s credibility in pressing through warehouse receipt and other reforms.
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