The European Investment Bank has suffered at the hands of investors worried by its potential involvement in Europe’s sovereign debt crisis. In response, the supranational has attacked its funding task with aggression and vigour as it tries to regain some of the spread widening it has endured in the last couple of years. But as Stefania Palma reports, that has not been an easy task in every market and challenges lie ahead.
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