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December 18, 2012

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The BERS finances the development of the crocieristico traffic in the Shovelled port of

Granted a loan of 18,8 million euros

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (BERS) has granted a loan of 18,8 million euros to the Harbour Authority of Shovelled which economic contribution to the restructure and widening of the destined docks of the Croatian port to the ferry boats and the ships from cruise.

Currently - it has explained the BERS - the Shovelled port of is able to not to benefit of the increase of the crocieristico traffic because of its inadequate infrastructural equipment, and the expansion and modernization of the docks will allow to increase the ability and to receive ships of average and great dimension and to alleviate the congestion that now characterizes the existing landings place for the ferries.

"A efficient infrastructure of Shovelled local transport to - the director of the BERS for Croatia has commented, Zsuzsanna Hargitai - will allow with Croatia to expand the tourism to beyond the limited number very known tourist resorts like Dubrovnik and the Istria. With the modernization of the port of call - it has remembered - Shovelled it will be the third party port after those of Sebenico and Dubrovnik to benefit of a financing for the reconstruction of the BERS and this takes part of a wider strategy from the Croatia that aimed to receive puts up tourist flows. The BERS has supported other vital infrastructural plans in Croatia, between which roads and freeways, in sight of the income of the nation in European Union in 2013".

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