EU Releases $191M In Aid For Guinean Development Projects

Law360, New York (January 27, 2014, 2:49 PM EST) -- The European Commission said Monday it was giving €140 million ($191 million) to five development projects in Guinea, aimed at improving infrastructure, governance and human rights.

The funding package includes €83 million for transportation development, €20 million to promote social justice, €15 million to promote security and rule of law, €12 million for public finance reform, and €10 million to support decentralizing authority over some state services.

"The European Union is committed to supporting the Guinean government's efforts in finding its way back to sustainable and...
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