The European Investment Bank plans to lend Sweden’s Volvo Cars up to €219 million ($268 million) The money will fund a range of research and development and innovation projects, notably the creation of new materials, vehicle safety and environmental standards. The loan would “allow the company to continuously enhance productivity, product quality and product range, boosting its international competitiveness,” an EIB memorandum says.
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