Ireland is set to reap an outsize reward from a new three-year lending programme by the European Investment Bank (EIB).
The state is contributing an extra €57 million to the EIB as part of the institution's €10 billion capital-raising effort to back new lending across the EU, but is likely to draw down a disproportionate share of the new funds being made available.
The capital increase will nearly double the EIB's paid-in capital to €21.6...
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