Boost for Prague metro

first_imgMeanwhile, the Port of Brussels has been granted a €22.5 million loan to help transform wasteland along the Brussels canal into a logistics and warehousing centre served by road, river, sea and rail.The EIB said the cash – the first part of a €50 million package – will help to clean-up industrial contamination of the 12-hectare site. The European Investment Bank (EIB) said the loan will fund three new stations, helping to relieve heavy congestion on polluted roads.The Luxembourg-based EU bank believes the project will have knock-on effects on the local economy, making residential areas in outlying areas more attractive.The project will also help the Czechs – due to join the Union next year – to meet strict EU environmental standards.last_img

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