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Croatian small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) will benefit from a new €142.5 million credit line agreed between the European Investment Bank (EIB) and the Croatian Bank for Reconstruction and Development (HBOR) signed in Zagreb and Luxembourg. This is the second tranche of a

€400 million package for SMEs agreed between the EU bank and HBOR.

The credit line will support companies looking for more affordable financing to preserve liquidity, support investments and maintain jobs, and speed up the national economy’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Since the beginning of its operations in Croatia, the EIB has supported the country’s economic and social development with investment of €6.71 billion. The EU bank has supported Croatian SMEs by unlocking new sources of finance worth close to €3.75 billion.

This operation is also a part of the EIB’s Jobs for Youth initiative, under which the Bank extends more favourable terms to companies creating jobs for young people. The initiative tackles youth unemployment as one of the biggest social and economic challenges facing Croatia and Europe alike.

This is the second COVID-19 recovery support package agreed between the EIB and HBOR in Croatia since the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020. In October, the EIB signed a €100 million loan to speed up the recovery of Croatian SMEs and mid-caps from the pandemic. The two operations alone have created more than €240 million in new sources of financing for SMEs and mid-caps.