According to bank provided information, the project involves provision of a sovereign guaranteed loan of up to EUR 100 million in favour of Autoroutes du Maroc ("ADM" or "the Company") to address the urgent need for liquidity support of the Company, a Moroccan State-Owned Enterprise (SOE) providing vital infrastructure services, following the unprecedented economic impacts of the COVID-19 crisis. The proposed transaction is in line with the Vital Infrastructure Support Programme (VISP) under the Bank's COVID-19 Solidarity Package.
The goal of the Project is to help this SOE meet short-term obligations in order to enable essential operations and services to continue uninterrupted despite the financial stress of the COVID-19 crisis.
ADM is Morocco's national motorway operator that develops and manages the country's motorway network of more than 1,800 km.
M. Amjad Hebbazi
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