According to the bank's website, FIF - EaP SMEC - ProCredit Georgia is a five-year amortising senior loan to be provided to ProCredit Bank Georgia to enable the bank to support eligible MSMEs under SME Competitiveness Programme in Eastern Partnership for sustainable investments in technology and equipment. The project will enable the company to finance long-term investments of Georgian MSMEs in upgrading their technology and equipment necessary to meet EU standards in terms of product quality, health and safety measures, and environmental protection. At least 70% of all financed sub-loans are expected to be compliant with EBRD Green Economy Transition (GET) approach.
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