Original disclosure @ EIB website
Updated in EWS Jul 5, 2019
Disclosed by Bank Apr 3, 2019
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According to EIB website, this project is part of the SOFICO 2018-2022 Investment Programme which includes the renewal and enlargement of the Ampsin-Neuville inland waterway lock complex along the Meuse river as well as the improvement and resurfacing of various sectors of the E-411 and N5 roads in Wallonia, all of which are part of the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) North Sea-Mediterranean Corridor. Further, it will improve the navigation conditions on the Meuse which will be navigable for Class VIb convoys between Namur and Liège after the project is completed.
Societe Wallonne de Financement Complementaire des Infrastructure (SOFICO) operates as an infrastructure company. The Company builds highway, waterway, telecommunication networks, as well as network maintenance, operation, and financing services. SOFICO serves customers in Belgium.
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