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Synonyms for EiB

a unit of information equal to 1024 pebibytes or 2^60 bytes

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The amounts made available by the EIB will help to fund and support projects by SMEs and local authorities as well as investments in the following sectors such as industry, infrastructure, energy, environmental protection, knowledge economy, health, education and services.
Over the past 17 years the EIB has enjoyed a successful relationship with Welsh Water and we look forward to supporting the environmental improvements and measurable benefits to the quality of customer drinking water that this investment programme will provide.
The diagnosis of EIB is usually based on a detailed history of symptoms.
Every unit and every post has different challenges when preparing to execute EIB training and testing.
Annual average of EIB loans given to Turkey in the period from 2006 to 2010 is more than 2 billion Euro.
5 million in the roads and energy sectors, the upgrading of water infrastructure and - indirectly through commercial banks - the projects of SMEs, according to the Web site of the EIB.
The Kyrgyz Republic is the third country, after Kazakhstan and Tajikistan, from the Central Asia region to have signed a framework agreement with the EIB.
The legislation on EIB lending outside the EU on the basis of an EU budgetary guarantee covers the period 2007-13.
Speaking to reporters prior to the meeting, Bagis said Turkey had very close cooperation with EIB, noting Turkey was one of the important partners of EIB.
19 /PRNewswire/ -- Teva Respiratory announced today the launch of EIB Active, a national health campaign to raise awareness about exercise-induced bronchospasm, or EIB, a condition that impacts an estimated 30 million people in the United States.
has announced that new changes are in store for EIB testing.
The total research investment of Valeo for these projects is 645 million euros over four years and the EIB loan will come with competitive terms in two installments, the first one of 225 million euros to be drawn by the end of July.
The agreement is the latest in a series of deals that EIB has signed with local banks to support Greece's several small and medium enterprises, which employ about one-third of the workforce.
It appeared the First Minister did not know Welsh NHS Trusts could borrow up to pounds 600m from the EU-owned EIB for a major hospital building programme comparable to the one undertaken in England.