Today, Valamar Riviera signed a loan agreement with the European Investment Bank (EIB) in the amount of EUR 16 million.This is the first EIB transaction in Croatia directly financing a private sector company with the support of an EU budget guarantee through the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI), which is a financial component of the Investment Plan for Europe, better known to the general public as the Juncker Plan. “.The loan from the European Investment Bank will co-finance the completion of Valamar Girandello Resort, ie the construction of the first Kinderhotel 5 * in the Valamar Riviera portfolio, whose opening in April this year completes the repositioning of Rabac as a leading holiday destination for higher paying guests. This loan is a supplement to the indirect loan in the amount of EUR 44 million granted to Valamar by HBOR in March 2017.”Today we presented the results of the EIB Group in Croatia in 2017, which reached the highest level since 2013. Payments of 729 million euros, or 28% more than in 2016, represent our contribution to the real economy. We also signed the first direct transaction with a private sector company backed by an EFSI guarantee to support tourism in Croatia. Tourism is one of the most important economic sectors and is responsible for 20% of Croatia’s GDP and 10% of jobs in the country. At the same time, we signed an agreement to further improve the quality of the EIB’s advisory centers and established an advisory body, the so-called European Advisory Hub, which offers Croatia a unique approach to support in project preparation. ”Said Dario Scannapieco, Vice President of the EIBThe first EIB transaction in Croatia directly financing a private sector company with the support of an EU budget guarantee through the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI)This EUR 16 million EIB loan is a supplement to the EUR 44 million indirect loan granted to Valamar by HBOR in March 2017. The agreement we signed today with the European Investment Bank is a confirmation of the exceptional trust of large financiers in Valamar Riviera, but also an example of a quality investment project recognized at the highest European level because it contributes to the development of the Croatian economy in a broader sense, said Marko Čižmek. He added that Valamar continuously invests in raising the quality of products and developing the destinations in which it operates, as well as in improving working conditions in tourism.“For Valamar, this cooperation is extremely important in terms of expanding the horizons of financial sources that enable us to implement large investment projects. We hope that we will continue our cooperation with the EIB on future projects within the strategic goals of our company, which include achieving double-digit growth of results and values of the company in a sustainable and socially responsible way.. ” concluded Čižmek.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse (4-7-7, 3-2-3 College Hockey America) lost 2-1 to Lindenwood (5-8-1, 4-3-1 CHA) Saturday afternoon, falling back into a tie for second place in the conference.Syracuse outshot Lindenwood 33-21, but was unable to complete its third-period comeback. The Lions started off the game strong with a goal from Shara Jasper a little more than four minutes into the first period.Lindenwood began the second period quickly as well. LU’s Brooke Peden got the puck past SU goalkeeper Jenn Gilligan less than a minute into the second period, giving the Lions a 2-0 lead. The second period included two SU power play opportunities, but Lindenwood limited Syracuse to four shots in that time, keeping the Orange off the board.Syracuse didn’t find the back of the net until the third period when freshman Stephanie Grossi scored her fifth goal of the season. Seniors Kaillie Goodnough and Julie Knerr assisted on the play. Syracuse recorded 12 other shots in that third period, but none found their mark and the comeback fell short.Syracuse had the opportunity to move into sole possession of first place in the conference with a win Saturday. Instead, the loss means the team falls back into a tie for second with Lindenwood. Syracuse takes a break from conference play in its next game on Tuesday against Cornell at 7 p.m. in Ithaca, N.Y.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textCompiled by Liam Sullivan, staff writer, email@example.com Comments Published on November 29, 2014 at 9:09 pm
A press release from Michigan State University encourages scientists to run for school boards on a pro-evolution platform. Alarmed that 40% of students are doubting evolution, Jon Miller encourages his fellow evolutionists to get involved in improving “science literacy.” He sees this as a necessary counter to “other special interest groups, often conservative or religiously fundamental, highly organized in training and supporting candidates.” There’s a price to pay for involvement beyond the 15-hour-a-week commitment. “No scientist can run on a pro-evolution platform and not expect to find themselves engaged in other issues,” Miller said. In his 3-year stint on the DeKalb County school board, “he learned more about school finances than he had thought possible.”It’s a free country and whoever has the time, money and talent can give it their best shot. But would you vote for the Stalin Party for Congress? It’s not like the Darwinists don’t already have a complete monopoly on textbooks, curriculum and media with the ACLU-KGB at their beck and call. Isn’t it interesting that, after decades of government-funded indoctrination, this very one-sided situation in their favor has still not enabled them to convert more students. Don’t think the pro-evolution candidates want to just add their voice to a fair and balanced democratic process. They want to protect the Charlie Temple Mount from entry by other religions. That’s what happened in Kansas this month (see ARN).(Visited 6 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
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