Swedish Euro Finans to invest up to €50m in Moldova

Swedish Euro Finans to invest up to €50m in Moldova

Published at: 2019-04-12 14:06 | Author: CIJ Serbia
The Swedish company Euro Finans is planning to invest €20-€50m in Moldova. The B2B financing company has been in talks recently with the Moldovan Minister of Economy and Infrastructure and other government officials about the investment. Sweden is the fifth largest contributor of financial assistance to Moldova, with 32 companies from the country having made investments there. Euro Finans provides invoice purchasing services to a wide range of companies in terms of size.

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