EIB and AFD lose enthusiasm for phosphate upgrade project

The European Investment Bank, the main funder of Groupe chimique tunisien's efforts to modernise phosphate processing, is going to cut its lending because of accumulated delays. Meanwhile, France's development agency has reissued a call for tenders. [...] (284 words)
Issue dated 11/02/2022 Reading time 2 minutes
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