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Thursday, 15 June 2017

EU Commission: IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde and EIB President Hoyer confirm "valued and valuable" cooperat...

IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde and EIB President Hoyer confirm "valued and valuable" cooperation in and outside EU

The EIB and the IMF are doing more together to promote economic stability in Europe and beyond. At a meeting today at the headquarters of the EU bank in Luxembourg, EIB President Werner Hoyer and the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund Christine Lagarde took stock of progress of complementary efforts by the two institutions.

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Social housing, energy, innovation and urban development backed by EUR 10 billion new EIB financing approved today

The Board of the EIB today approved new financing totalling EUR 9.8 billion to support investment in 40 new projects to strengthen infrastructure and investment by growing companies across Europe and around the world.

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Republic of Moldova: Council endorses agreement on financial ass
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April 2017 - Euro area international trade in goods surplus €17.9 bn - €0.1 bn deficit for EU28

European Commission - EUROSTAT April 2017 - April 2017 - Brussels, 15 June 2017 The first estimate for euro area (EA19) exports of goods to the rest of the world in April 2017 was €167.7 billion, a decrease of 3% compared with April 2016 (€172.5 bn).

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Consumer price levels in 2016 - Price levels varied by almost one to three across the EU Member States - Widest gap for "Restaurants & hotels" and "Alcohol & tobacco"

European Commission - EUROSTAT Brussels, 15 June 2017 In 2016, price levels for consumer goods and services differed widely in the European Union (EU). Denmark (139% of the EU average)had the highest price level, followed by Ireland (125%), Luxembourg and Sweden (both 124%), Finland and the United Kingdom (both 121%).

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