Banks approve EUR 130m for broadband internet project

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Ljubljana – Four major European banks will invest EUR 130 million in the RUNE project of building broadband optical networks in rural parts of Slovenia and Croatia, the company Rune Enia, which is in charge of the project in Slovenia, said in a press release. So far, 90,000 addresses have been connected to the network. Banks Kommunalkredit Austria, Norddeutsche Landesbank Girozentrale, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and Erste Group Bank committed to investing EUR 130 million in the project co-funded by the EU and the European Investment Bank….

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