Search results “European infrastructure investment bank” for the 2010
European Investment Bank - Nigeria Framework Loan to finance infrastructure projects in the country
The European Investment Bank, which is the EU's long-term lending institution, signed the Nigeria Framework Loan to finance infrastructure projects in the country - a loan which will be shared equally by three leading Nigerian Banks. The European Investment Bank's Vice President, joins us now from our studios in Nigeria - to unpack what exactly has transpired here. Well, you've just made this investment - of EUR 240million to 3 leading Nigerian banks talk us through your identified targets here - because they aren't distressed banks that you're investing in - and what exactly does your investment entail?
Views: 1176 CNBCAfrica
European Investment Bank, upgrading of infrastructure projects in Kenya
(www.abndigital.com) We've heard the European Investment Bank announce that it will provide nearly Sh24 billion for upgrading of infrastructure projects in Kenya. To provide more detail The European Investment Bank vice president, Plutarchos Sakellaris, responsible for Africa joins us, and we're going to be looking at just some of the new projects they're involved in, in the country.
Views: 302 CNBCAfrica
European Investment Bank: Risk Sharing Finance Facility
The Risk Sharing Finance Facility, a joint initiative of the European Commission and the EIB to support higher risk and reward investment in research, development and innovation. How does it work? What kind of investment projects benefit? This short film tells the story of a successful new debt financing instrument that allows for more investment in Europe's knowledge economy.
Gianni Carbonari - European Investment Bank
On the Jessica initiative and the EU Development Fund
European Investment Bank: a stormy future for development
Counter Balance presents a new cartoon questioning the impossible number of contradictory tasks the European Investment Bank (EIB) has been given - will the EIB manage to cope with them all? EU Member States and the European Commission urgently need to resolve this! For more information, go to: www.counterbalance-eib.org
Views: 1218 Counter Balance
Both ENDS Political Cafe on the European Investment Bank
On the 20th of November 2009 the Dutch NGO Both ENDS organised a Political Cafe in The Hague. In the debate a diverse panel gave their opinion on investments made by the European Investment Bank. This bank invested in a hydro-power dam in Uganda and a paper pulp mill in Brazil. In Both cases the local population and the environment were severely damaged. After the Both ENDS Political Cafe , panelists and public were asked to give a first reaction on the discussion. Amongst the people interviewed are Paul Arlman, former Member of the Executive Board of the World Bank and Thijs Berman, Dutch Euro-parliamentarian.
Views: 151 Both ENDS Both ENDS
European Investment Bank (EIB) helps export jobs not create them - Marta Andreasen MEP
http://ukipmeps.org ► European Parliament, Strasbourg - 06 May 2010 ► Speaker: Marta Andreasen MEP, UKIP (South East), EFD group. ► Debate: Tamás Deutsch (CONT A7-0062/2010) - European Investment Bank (EIB) - Annual Report 2008 (In the presence of Philippe Maystadt, EIB President) .................................. ► Video: EbS (European Parliament) .................................. ► EU Member States: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Spain, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, United Kingdom
Views: 562 UKIP MEPs
Europe - Infrastructure
Tomasz Trzoslo, Head of CEE Capital Markets, talks about industrial markets in CEE
Views: 102 JLL
Oettinger: EU needs €1 trillion investment in energy by 2020
The European Commission presented its new energy strategy yesterday (10 November), calling for €1 trillion of investment over the next decade to integrate Europe's energy network while fending off criticism over a lack of concrete ideas, EurActiv.com reported on Wednesday. The Energy 2020 strategy lays down priorities in five broad areas. It seeks to curb Europe's energy consumption with financial incentives to renovate Europe's energy-guzzling buildings and integrate the European energy market. Furthermore, it proposes to pursue an external EU energy policy, ensure Europe's leadership on innovative energy technologies and address consumer issues like making billing more transparent or making it easier to switch suppliers. "Over the next ten years, overall energy infrastructure investments in the EU of euro one trillion are needed," the Commission said in a statement. "By 2015 no member state should be isolated." The required investments would mainly come from the industry and consumers, who should prepare to finance some of the infrastructure costs with rising energy bills, said EU Energy Commissioner Günther Oettinger. The EU budget's impact would be limited to projects of European interest and research, he added. The Commission also addresses delays in strategic infrastructure projects by proposing simplified permitting processes and setting a time limit for EU funding decisions.
Views: 895 EURACTIV
Gilles Mettetal, EBRD Director for Agribusiness
The EBRD's Director for Agribusiness discusses the recent roundtable event held at the Bank's London HQ, attended by business leaders from across the EBRD region. The meeting concluded that countries of this region can make a large contribution to feeding the world but it still has enormous unrealised potential in grain production -- a key consideration in the light of a growing world population and rising demand for food.
The EBRD is supporting further modernisation of Macedonian transport infrastructure with a €17.6 million sovereign loan to finance renewal of track along key sections of Corridor X.
Views: 192 lokomotivamk
Improving the road network in Central Asia
December 2010 - The EBRD also ensures that its transport projects have a long-lasting impact. Sue Barrett, Director for Transport, explains how the EBRD cooperates with other international financial institutions and how the Bank helps the sector's institutional development through technical cooperation grants.
"Value for money" characterises European markets
Value consumer electronics and household goods are among reliable European sectors for Hong Kong suppliers, despite the EU sovereign debt crisis, according to Lore Buscher, HKTDC Regional Director, Europe. Global Economic Recovery? HKTDC's Worldwide Views: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=CB1B09856296FC04
Views: 260 HKTDC
Private sector could play big role in infrastructure in Nigeria
The Nigerian economy held much potential and reward for foreign investors as progress had been made in terms of corporate governance and banking sector reform, but some risks and challenges remained.
Views: 331 CreamerMedia
EGI and e-Infrastructures in Europe
BELIEF-II project video about EGI and e-Infrastructures in Europe.
Views: 3597 EGI
Istanbul Forum highlights key investments in Turkey
For the first time in its history, the European Investment Bank has held its regional forum in Istanbul, in cooperation with the Turkish finance ministry. The EIB has been participating actively to the economic development of Turkey for many years, contributing € 2,6 billion in loans for last year alone. A further € 880 million of financing was announced at the forum which focused on "Smart Growth for Turkey". In the attached video, you will find the highlights of the forum as well as of two projects financed by the EIB, the Bosphorus tunnel and earthquake mitigation in Istanbul. Turkish version: http://youtu.be/HFAAaHC0NsE
MaximsNewsNetwork: 17 March 2010 - The World Bank: The demand for energy in Eastern Europe and Central Asia is expected to increase fifty-percent by 2030, with demand for electricity alone, up by 90 percent. Without substantial new oil discoveries, the regions energy production could peak in the next ten to fifteen years. Combine this with an aging infrastructure, and widespread energy disruptions may become more common. SOUNDBITE (English) Peter Thomson, Director for Sustainable Development, World Bank Group: We have the situation for example that occurred in January 2006, where in the city of Alchevsk in the eastern Ukraine, the district heating system collapsed in the middle of winter. Temperatures were about minus 30 Celsius. The city essentially became dysfunctional at that point. Children and the elderly had to be evacuated. Essentially no activity took place and the city was deserted until Spring. Ultimately the entire district heating system had to be rebuilt. Russia and Central Asia are major energy suppliers to both eastern and western Europe. But even so, the region as a whole will face an energy crunch that will slow economic growth. A ten percent shortfall in energy availability could lead to a one percent reduction in economic growth, and a bigger shortfall could have a bigger negative impact. The region was hit hard by the global financial crisis that began in 2008, dampening energy demand significantly. This is only a temporary pause before energy availability again becomes a serious concern. Once growth picks back up, so, too, will energy consumption. SOUNDBITE (English) Peter Thomson, Director for Sustainable Development, World Bank Group: The countries are going to need to invest something on the order of 3.3 trillion dollars over the next twenty years if they are to be able to meet the energy needs anticipated. 3.3 trillion dollars represents about 3 percent of cumulative GDP for that period of time. The countries themselves are not going to be able to finance that all with the public sector. Theyre going to need to find access to private capital, that means they have to pay attention to the investment environment that exists, and take actions to ensure it will be attractive for private capital to come in. According to the report, carbon emissions relative to production in the region are among the highest in the world. In 2005, Russia was the third-largest CO2 emitter in the world, after the United States and China. The regions European Union members have already started working on climate change, improving efficiency, and developing sustainable energy supplies. Other countries in the region will face increasing pressure to catch up, and quickly. The challenge will be generating additional energy quickly and cheaply in an environmentally sustainable way. ....................................... ................. ........................................ ................... ( UNITED NATIONS TELEVISION: UNTV ) ..................................... ........................................ .................... ........................... .................. MaximsNewsNetwork: News Network for the United Nations and the International Community. See: http://www.MaximsNews.com. "GIVING POWER & RESONANCE TO THE VOICE OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY" ........................................ ........................................ .................................
Views: 175 MaximsNewsNetwork
Infrastructure - That's Why... IDB
Large-scale infrastructure projects are crucial for the development of any country. Yet many countries lack the resources required. That's why we invest in fostering growth and employment through infrastructure projects connecting travel links, providing safe water, generating power... See more of our other infrastructure projects in this video.
Views: 177 IslamicBank
Kenya: On the Road To Recovery
Government policy changes and an emergency loan from the IMF help boost Kenyas economic performance in 2010, keeping the country on course toward its goal of middle income-country status by 2030. Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Managing Director, IMF Antoinette Sayeh, African Department Director, IMF Elizabeth Ochiengi, primary school deputy head, Nairobi Simon Willson, senior external relations officer, IMF
Views: 4267 imf
Infrastructure Economy Part
Kenya's economy might grow by 6% next year barring any shocks. This estimate which has been backed by multi-lateral donors including the World Bank is mainly attributed to increased investment in various infrastructure projects accelerating growth across the board. In the first of our two part series, Tony Timase takes a look at the impact the ongoing development of infrastructure projects has had on the economy over the last one year.
Views: 782 Kenya CitizenTV
Hungary: The China Connection | European Journal
More than 10,000 Chinese live in Hungary - more than in any other country in central Europe. Though xenophobia is a reality there, the Chinese community has been largely tolerated.The Hungarian government sees ties with the Chinese as a way to help revive the country's weak financial situation. Beijing hopes to make Budapest an economic bridge to Europe - and the Chinese community there has been largely left alone. But the group has not completely integrated; they have their own newspapers and television channel. A large and modern Asian shopping center caters to members of the community - and a bilingual school has also been opened in Budapest.
Views: 15657 DW News
EU Energy Infrastructure is 'Aging Rapidly,' says Oettinger
The European Commission today presented its energy infrastructure priorities for the next two decades, aimed at making networks fit for the 21st century. In the Communication, the Commission defines EU priority corridors for the transport of electricity, gas and oil. This map of priorities will serve as a basis for future permit granting and financing decisions on concrete EU projects. The Communication defines a limited number of EU priority corridors for which urgent development is needed to deliver on European Union policy goals of competitiveness, sustainability and security of supply by connecting those member states which are almost isolated from other European energy markets, by massively strengthening existing cross-border interconnections and by integrating renewable energy into the network. Based on these pre-defined corridors, concrete projects of "European interest" will be identified in 2012, which should benefit from EU financing and building permits, including a time limit for final decision while ensuring full respect of EU law, in particular environmental legislation and public participation. In planning and implementing these projects, the Commission favours regional cooperation between countries. It further defines longer-term goals, such as "European electricity highways".
Views: 732 EURACTIV
What lessons will be learned by the EIB in Belgrade?
Bankwatch Serbian national coordinator Zvezdan Kalmar speaks here from Zagreb during the 2010 annual meetings of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development about the Sava River crossing project in Belgrade. The project, considered jointly for financing by both the EBRD and European Investment Bank, will involve the resettlement of some 100 Roma families from the Buvljak settlement in New Belgrade. For more information about IFI financing and resettlement issues in Belgrade visit www.outofsight.tv
Views: 196 Bankwatch
14  WORLD NEWS   World Bank to step up infrastructure assistance to Bulgaria
In world news, the World Bank and Bulgaria sign an agreement on infrastructure renewal. The Memorandum of Understanding is to enhance cooperation on projects including increased maintenance and investment in roads and railways. World Bank's assistance will be combined by funds donated by the European Union and development organizations. Our sincere appreciation, World Bank, European Union, and contributing groups. May your caring efforts bring great benefits to the nation of Bulgaria and all its fine citizens.
Views: 29 NoteworthyNews
Roads Infrastructure
Now, the holiday season is fast approaching, what in the tourism calendar is the peak of business. But for tour service operators plying the Maasai Mara road from Narok, the road condition is one that has continued to negate their efforts to provide ample services to their customers. The road to the Mara is so bad; tourists would rather miss the spectacular experience that comes with road travel to fly to the Mara instead, a situation that is ruining business for the tour operators. In our continuing special coverage on Kenya's road network, Evelyn Wambui talked to a number of operators and tourists and brings us their story.
Views: 1896 Kenya CitizenTV
European Monetary Fund on Debatepedia.org (1)
First video in a series of four of Debatepedia.org founder Brooks Lindsay walking through the pros and cons of a proposed European Monetary Fund, from DP's article on the topic: http://debatepedia.idebate.org/en/index.php/Debate:_European_Monetary_Fund Second video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fF4tFa1hW_o
Views: 108 Brooks Lindsay
Europe 2010 - Rethinking Global Financial Reforms: The European Perspective
http://www.weforum.org/ 10.05.2010 Rethinking Global Financial Reforms: The European Perspective Differences within the G20 and among European Union member states are seen as jeopardizing the chances of implementing significant financial sector reforms globally. In partnership with the World Economic Forum, Bloomberg Television hosts this debate on the structural deficiencies that persist in regulating systemic financial risks. How should the European Union approach financial sector reforms in the absence of a global framework? Annette Court, Member of the Group Executive Committee and Chief Executive Officer, Europe General Insurance, Zurich Financial Services, Switzerland Luc Frieden, Minister of Finance of Luxembourg Lord Levene, Chairman, Lloyd's, United Kingdom; Co-Chair of the World Economic Forum on Europe 2010 Peter Sands, Group Chief Executive, Standard Chartered Bank, United Kingdom Moderated by Francine Lacqua, Anchor and Business Reporter, Bloomberg TV, United Kingdom
Views: 2446 World Economic Forum
Azerbaijan Rural Investment Project
The Azerbaijan Rural Investment Project supports community members and municipal governments to identify priority infrastructure issues and develop Community Projects. Communities receive block grants of up to $85,000 and select vendors to implement projects.
Views: 608 World Bank
Concurrent Sessions 1 Mayerhofer
Climate Change and Impact Assessment Symposium Concurrent Session 1 European Investment Bank (EIB) Eva Maria Mayerhofer
Views: 287 iaiachannel
.eu*ID : Unicredit Group
How does your company express its European-ness? We put the question to Marc Beckers, Head of Coporate Identity of the Unicredit Group. His answer - .eu - "... is such a natural act". See them at http://www.unicredit.eu For more information on .eu domain names visit http://www.eurid.eu
Views: 737 EUregistry
10 February - Kenyan Markets - Samuel Gichohi - Standard Investment Bank
(www.abndigital.com) Alishia Seckam speaks to Samuel Gichohi from Standard Investment Bank looking at: Local activity Bond Market Earnings Reports Equity Bank Banking sector
Views: 26 CNBCAfrica
Rick Steves | Talks at Google
Join the travel expert--acclaimed for his bestselling guidebook series, public television series, and public radio shows--as he shares all the latest in smart European travel. Freshly back from lots of travels, Rick Steves explains the practical, money-saving ins and outs of independent travel. His 60-minute seminar is packed with tips on getting the most out of every mile, minute, and dollar on your next trip. Rick Steves, PBS-TV host and author of 30 guidebooks including the travel skills handbook, Europe through the Back Door, shares lessons hes learned from a lifetime of travel. His entertaining, information-packed one-hour slideshow lecture will teach you all the latest on stretching your travel dollar, avoiding crowds, packing smart, and eating and sleeping well. When hes ripped off on the road, he celebrates, happy to go home and teach his traveling students about the latest scam. Learn from his mistakes rather than your own. After spending a third of his adult life living out of a rucksack in Europe, Rick knows exactly how you can enjoy maximum travel thrills for every mile, minute, and dollar in your next adventure. Rick Steves visits Google's Mountain View, CA headquarters as part of the [email protected] series.
Views: 67386 Talks at Google
State of Infrastructure
Kenya's roads have in recent years been transformed into 24-7 workstations, as workers, day in day out toil to upgrade the roads as the government focuses on vision 2030. Poor roads have been a major hindrance to trade and development, but it is clear, that the work has begun in earnest, our associate editor Terryanne Chebet takes us through the current state of Kenya's road infrastructure.
Views: 870 Kenya CitizenTV
Europe 2010 - Delivering Inclusive Growth: Lessons from the Lisbon Strategy
http://www.weforum.org 10.05.2010 Delivering Inclusive Growth: Lessons from the Lisbon Strategy The Lisbon Strategy launched in 2000 set the goal of making Europe the most competitive economy in the world with full employment by 2010, whereas the new 10-year vision focuses on fostering a high-employment economy delivering social and territorial cohesion ("inclusive growth"). What are the lessons from the 2010 objectives that can ensure that the 2020 vision is realized? Chander P. Gurnani, Chief Executive Officer, Mahindra Satyam, India; Co-Chair of the World Economic Forum on Europe 2010 Jeffrey Joerres, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Manpower, USA; Co-Chair of the World Economic Forum on Europe 2010 Lord Levene, Chairman, Lloyd's, United Kingdom; Co-Chair of the World Economic Forum on Europe 2010 Sir Martin Sorrell, Chief Executive Officer, WPP, United Kingdom; Co-Chair of the World Economic Forum on Europe 2010; Global Agenda Council on Marketing & Branding Ruben K. Vardanian, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, Troika Dialog Group, Russian Federation; Co-Chair of the World Economic Forum on Europe 2010; Young Global Leader; Global Agenda Council on the Future of Russia Chaired by Geoff Cutmore, Anchor, CNBC, United Kingdom
Views: 5709 World Economic Forum
Highlights | Edison Capital Partners finds 100 million capital in China for European client
Luxembourg-based Edison Capital Partners has brokered a RMB690 million financing deal with the China Development Bank on behalf of the Maritime Construction Services SA Group to acquire the pipe-lay barge "Fortuna."
Views: 136 EdisonCapital
Kenya's Road Infrastructure
Sunday Live host Julie Gichuru interview Ps Eng Michael Kamau on the good, bad and the average of Kenya's roads infrastructure.
Views: 4306 Kenya CitizenTV
Market Overview: Obama stimulus reviewed, European banks reevaluated and Basel III
In this edition of the Market Overview we have a look at the new round of Obama stimulus with company writeoffs and a commitment to domestic infrastructure.We also take a closer look at recent US Jobless Figures and explore if the worst has past.We explore the fallout from watered down European stress test as Euro Bank shares fall.A preview Basell III third accord of banking laws and regulations. What could the likely scenarios mean to the banking sector.
Views: 160 TradingFloor.com
Strengthening Ties between Africa and Europe
(www.abndigital.com) Development experts, government officials and oil industry executives are all in Brussels this week to discuss ways to strengthen ties between African and European countries. Their goal is to pave the way for the EU-Africa Summit later this year, and lay the groundwork for discussions on energy and environmental challenges among other issues. ABN's Carina Kamel spoke to Pradeep Monga, Director of the Energy and Climate Change Branch of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization in Brussels.
Views: 277 CNBCAfrica
Prime Minister of Ethiopia, Meles Zenawi at World Leaders Forum
Columbia University's World Leaders Forum "The Current Global Environment and its Impact in Africa" Meles Zenawi, Prime Minister of Ethiopia September 22, 2010
Views: 104144 Columbia
Quants - The Alchemists of Wall Street - VPRO documentary
Quants are the math wizards and computer programmers in the engine room of our global financial system who designed the financial products that almost crashed Wall street. The credit crunch has shown how the global financial system has become increasingly dependent on mathematical models trying to quantify human (economic) behaviour. Now the quants are at the heart of yet another technological revolution in finance: trading at the speed of light. What are the risks of treating the economy and its markets as a complex machine? Will we be able to keep control of this model-based financial system, or have we created a monster? A story about greed, fear and randomness from the insides of Wall Street. Originally broadcasted by VPRO in 2010. © VPRO Backlight February 2010 On VPRO broadcast you will find nonfiction videos with English subtitles, French subtitles and Spanish subtitles, such as documentaries, short interviews and documentary series. VPRO Documentary publishes one new subtitled documentary about current affairs, finance, sustainability, climate change or politics every week. We research subjects like politics, world economy, society and science with experts and try to grasp the essence of prominent trends and developments. Subscribe to our channel for great, subtitled, recent documentaries. Visit additional youtube channels bij VPRO broadcast: VPRO Broadcast, all international VPRO programs: https://www.youtube.com/VPRObroadcast VPRO DOK, German only documentaries: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBi0VEPANmiT5zOoGvCi8Sg VPRO Metropolis, remarkable stories from all over the world: https://www.youtube.com/user/VPROmetropolis VPRO World Stories, the travel series of VPRO: https://www.youtube.com/VPROworldstories VPRO Extra, additional footage and one off's: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTLrhK07g6LP-JtT0VVE56A www.VPRObroadcast.com Credits: Director: Marije Meerman Research: Gerko Wessel English, French and Spanish subtitles: Ericsson. French and Spanish subtitles are co-funded by European Union.
Views: 1279085 vpro documentary
6 May - Lagos Markets - Femi Oladehin - Investment Banking BGL
(www.abndigital.com) Eleni Giokos speaks with Femi Oladehin, MD of Investment Banking BGL, looking at the Nigerian Market closed for trade because of President YarAdua death.
Views: 61 CNBCAfrica
James Reichert From The World Bank Speaks with Yuji Iwasaki in Mongolia
FINANCE VIDEO: James Reichert From The World Bank Speaks with Yuji Iwasaki in Mongolia. The World Bank is a vital source of financial and technical assistance to developing countries around the world. Our mission is to fight poverty with passion and professionalism for lasting results and to help people help themselves and their environment by providing resources, sharing knowledge, building capacity and forging partnerships in the public and private sectors. We are not a bank in the common sense; we are made up of two unique development institutions owned by 187 member countries: the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) and the International Development Association (IDA). Each institution plays a different but collaborative role in advancing the vision of inclusive and sustainable globalization. The IBRD aims to reduce poverty in middle-income and creditworthy poorer countries, while IDA focuses on the world's poorest countries. Their work is complemented by that of the International Finance Corporation (IFC), Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA) and the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID). Together, we provide low-interest loans, interest-free credits and grants to developing countries for a wide array of purposes that include investments in education, health, public administration, infrastructure, financial and private sector development, agriculture and environmental and natural resource management. The World Bank, established in 1944, is headquartered in Washington, D.C. We have more than 10,000 employees in more than 100 offices worldwide.
Views: 330 ABN Newswire
Davos Annual Meeting 2010 - Redesigning Financial Regulation
http://www.weforum.org/ 30.01.2010 An Internet search of "global financial regulation" results in over 17 million possible entries to explore. How should the largest financial institutions in the world be regulated domestically and internationally? Agustin Carstens, Governor of the Central Bank of Mexico Pravin Gordhan, Minister of Finance of South Africa Muhammad S. Al Jasser, Governor of the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency Davide Serra, Founding and Managing Partner, Algebris Investments / TCI, United Kingdom Tidjane Thiam, Group Chief Executive, Prudential, United Kingdom Jean-Claude Trichet, President, European Central Bank, Frankfurt Moderated by Barry Eichengreen, Professor of Economics and Political Science, University of California (Berkeley), USA; Global Agenda Council on Global Investment Flows
Views: 7112 World Economic Forum
"Real Banking" has helped Turkish banks survive the current financial crisis
Ziya Akkurt, Chief Executive Officer of Akbank, comments on why Turkish banks, in comparison to US banks, have been much more resilient during the sub-prime banking crisis. Akkurt attended the Salzburg Global Seminar session in May, 2010, entitled, "What Turkey? What Europe?" and provided insightful information regarding the Turkish banking system and economy.
CBK On Ksh.31.6b Infrastructure Bond
The capital markets authority has approved the issuance of a 3 - billion shilling bond by the international finance corporation to join the government's 9 - year infrastructure bond which is currently on sale. In approving the IFC bond, the CMA said that the paper will further deepen the country's bond market and demonstrate its potential in the region, as the Central Bank defended the timing of the government's infrastructure bond, maintaining that it would be successful.
Views: 905 KTN News Kenya
Concerns about Global Economy and affect on Africa's Banks
(www.abndigital.com) The image of politicians and investors battling it out to the death in the aftermath of the global economic crisis captured imaginations everywhere. The last G20 meeting in Canada could not impose taxes on banks, and European banks, rattled by investor uncertainty about their ability to withstand a sovereign-debt crisis, are poised to win a reprieve in Basel, Switzerland, tomorrow as regulators from 27 countries shape new capital rules. Joining ABN from Lagos on how this will affect banking in Africa is Andre Blaauw, Chief Risk Officer at UBA.
Views: 82 CNBCAfrica
Spark Africa - Dutch entrepeneur starts successful diary company in Tanzania - Episode 4
Fresh milk is not widely available in Tanzania because of small sale farming, hot weather and bad infrastructure. Thanks to the Dutch initiative Tanga Fresh there are fresh dairy products available in Tanzania's biggest city Dar es Salaam. The factory is set up by Dutchman Lút Zeilstra in 1996 as a joint-venture between a group of Dutch cattle farmers and a Tanzanian cooperation of farmers. At the moment about 3000 small scale farmers are participating in the company. News about Africa is very often filled with stereotyped images of famine, war and disease. But there is also another side to the continent. Fast-growing economies and investment opportunities. The Dutch production company Interactive Africa focuses its lens precisely on the innovative side of Africa with its online video reports Spark Africa.

 Also visit: www.africa-interactive.com Spark Africa is about innovative developments you hear little about. All the items are produced by African journalists and cameramen which creates a different dynamics compared to when a white European crew is used.

Among other fascinating reports comprising this 30-part video series, we take a look at how for example an entrepreneur from Friesland in the Netherlands has established a successful dairy business in Tanzania and how students from the University of Nairobi, Kenia, came about to invent a bicycle charger for mobile phones.

 The video reportages are a mix of portraits of Dutch entrepreneurs in Africa, African inventors and reports on fast-growing industries like the outsourcing of ICT work in Africa.
Views: 9201 sparkafrica
Inside Story - Nigeria - A failed state?
With the latest killings, is Nigeria heading towards internal chaos?
Views: 6461 Al Jazeera English
SADC Regional Integration with Dr Prega Ramsamy
(www.abndigital.com) The Southern Africa Trust's Business for Development model aims to build a mutually profitable relationship between business, governments and communities in integrated development in the region. Joining ABN on the essence of this model is Dr Prega Ramsamy, Head of Business for Development Pathfinder at the Southern Africa Trust.
Views: 2249 CNBCAfrica

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