Turkish steelmaker to improve Albania plant on Black Sea bank loan.
Press mediaj reported that Turkish steelmaker KE-rE-m and the Black Sea Trade and Development Bank have agreed a loan worth EUR EUR
In currencies, this is the abbreviation for the Euro.
The currency market, also known as the Foreign Exchange market, is the largest financial market in the world, with a daily average volume of over US $1 trillion. 20 million to help Kurum boost output at its Albania plant.
Andrey Kondakov president of BSTDB BSTDB Black Sea Trade and Development Bank said that "The Bank's continued support to the development and modernization of KE-rE-m
International will contribute to economic growth, employment and expansion of export capacity in Albania. Furthermore, the operation has an important regional integration impact, reflecting the priority we attach to promoting cooperation between our member countries in this case Turkey and Albania."
Turkey, Russia and Greece hold each 16.5% stake in BSTDB which has an authorized capital of EUR 3.3 billion and is based in Thessaloniki, Greece.
Samim Hunakyncy CFO See Chief Financial Officer. of Kurum said that Kurum would produce 500,000 tons of steel this year up from 20,000 tons per year since 1999 when Kurum started using electric arc furnaces to melt scrap metal at Elbasan in central Albania.
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