Oceans apart, partners together

Lidstone, Digby
June 2004
MEED: Middle East Economic Digest;6/11/2004, Vol. 48 Issue 24, p4
Focuses on the financial support of European Investment Bank (EIB) to several projects in Egypt in 2004. Assistance given by the EIB to Egyptian LNG project; Negotiations of Sonatrach of Algeria with the EIB for its Medgaz subsea pipeline project; Efforts of negotiators in Alexandria in reinforcing the Facility for Euro-Mediterranean Investment & Partnership (FEMIP); Objections to the FEMIP; Importance of private sector in boosting development and the efficiency of the country's economy.


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