Jan. 8 (Bloomberg) -- The European Investment Bank is considering a 100 million-euro ($131 million) loan for energy-efficiency projects in the Czech Republic.
The loan, through the Czech-based unit of Raiffeisen Bank International AG, will fund small and mid-size projects usually costing less than 25 million euros, according to a statement on the EIB website. The loan is expected to be accompanied by a grant, according to the EIB, based in Luxembourg.
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