According to the Bank’s website, the proposed investment is an up to €70 million package comprised of up to € 53million A-Loan from IFC’s own account and up to €17million equivalent loan from IFC acting as the implementing entity of the Canada IFC Blended Finance Program (“BCFP”) Loan to Equatorial Coca Cola Bottling Company SL (“ECCBC”).
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Equatorial Coca Cola Bottling Company SL
Mr. Cristobal Perez Vila
Chief Financial Officer
+34 93 496 66 00
Av. Diagonal 682, 08034 Barcelona, Spain
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