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World Bank plans $585m for Ukraine transport network

First $50m grant supports immediate humanitarian relief and recovery, and increase capacity of import and export corridors.

EBRD announces record investments in Moldova, Poland and Ukraine

Huge investment for Ukraine spurs rather than holds back major investments in neighbouring states.

Faster renewables are now a security imperative, says German chancellor.

German Chancellor says Russia’s invasion of Ukraine sped up German infrastructure, and promises the new pace of delivery will now be normal.

New EBRD exclusion rules prove timely for Ukraine invasion

Jan Jackholt, procurement director at the EBRD, sets out how the bank’s upgraded procurement framework proved extremely timely amid the invasion of Ukraine.

Ukraine, pandemic and rising inflation pose practical impacts for construction

As firms keep working in Ukraine, post-pandemic financing proves challenging and governments  suppress inflation data, industry leaders outline some of the real-world consequences. 

ADB president warns of four global risks

Asian Development Banks’s Masatsugu Asakawa warns that China’s slowdown, global financial instability, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and the threat of new Covid variants are serious threats to Asia’s economic recovery and development. 

World Bank plans $170bn support package

The World Bank Group is discussing how to prepare and package $170bn of support to help countries address multiple overlapping crises. 

Companies pull out of and condemn Russia

How is the infrastructure sector responding to Russia's invasion of Ukraine? 

FIDIC condemns invasion of Ukraine

The international trade association representing the infrastructure sector calls for peace and a chance to rebuild Ukraine and its people's lives.

EBRD: €2bn resilience package for Ukraine and neighbours

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development prioritises trade finance, liquidity, energy and municipal services as it plans for the reconstruction to come. 
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