Original disclosure @ EIB website
Updated in EWS Dec 17, 2020
Disclosed by Bank Nov 11, 2020
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According to the EIB's website, this project provides financing to support the government in establishing green, resilient, inclusive, and competitive urban centres in selected aimags (provinces) of Mongolia.
The project will provide basic infrastructure to those areas of secondary and tertiary urban centres, which currently lack infrastructure. In addition, the project will require strengthening and renovation of existing urban infrastructure, construction of waste water treatment plants where these plants are missing, construction of affordable housing, renovation (including improvement of energy efficiency) of public buildings such as schools and hospitals, flood protection, drainage and construction of renewable energy generating facilities in the form of photovoltaic (PV) panels on top of or next to public buildings.
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