uk Global Banking News - 16 September 2011 Council of Europe Development Bank (CEDB) has set price guidance on its planned five-year, dollar-denominated bond in the area of 10 basis points over mid-swaps.
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CoEDB stands for Council of Europe Development Bank (Paris, France; Council of Europe)
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Author: Stefanos Evripidou THE NICOSIA Municipality yesterday signed an agreement with the Council of Europe Development Bank (CEB) for a e1/440m loan to finance development projects in the capital.
The conditions for start of the first phase of the project for reconstruction of 20 public health institutions are created with signing of a loan agreement with the Council of Europe Development Bank which approves to Macedonia a loan amounting to 23 million euro, Deputy PM and FM Zoran Stavreski and Health Minister Bujar Osmani said at Thursday's press conference.
Lithuanian government tries to help the construction business using money from European Union (EU) funds as well as loans from the Council of Europe Development Bank (CEB).