Bankwatch Mail 46
Bankwatch Mail | 4 October 2010
In this issue: A sustainable EU budget – it’s time to cut the crap * Khimki forest reprieve brings no cessation of underhand tactics * EU funds flows for smart flood prevention can save billions and lives * Rip it up and almost start again – New EU funds priorities for Hungary * EU funds for Latvia’s environment up in smoke * Conference – The private sector turn: Private equity, financial intermediaries and what they mean for development (November 22, London) * EBRD financial sector strategy revision reveals few lessons learned from crisis * Energy and transport failings in the east – a challenge for the EU funds * The dangers of making a killing on nature * Ukrenergo and the EBRD – another project short-circuit around the corner? * More fossil fuel follies * For whom the PPP tolls? Controversial Slovak highway halted for now * Parlez-vous PPP?
Theme: Energy & climate | Transport | Resource efficiency
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