https://seelegal.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/railways.jpg 536 1024 sara https://seelegal.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/SeeLegalLogoHeader-1.png sara2019-03-28 15:38:532019-04-15 15:58:42The Second Railway Track from Divaca to the Port of Koper
he Divaca-Koper section is an integral part of the Trans-European Transport Network ("TEN-T network"). In accordance with EU Regulation No. 1316/2013, the territory of the Republic of Slovenia is crossed by two corridors of the core network, an integral part of which is also the Divaca–Koper line: the Baltic Adriatic corridor in the direction (Graz)–Šentilj–Maribor–Ljubljana–Koper/Trieste, and the Mediterranean corridor in the direction (Venice)–Trieste/Koper–Ljubljana–Pragersko–Hodoš–(Budapest). The importance of the Divaca-Koper line is most evident in international railway freight transport, which is understandable given the role of the Port of Koper in linking the hinterland Slovenian and European economies with countries overseas.
https://seelegal.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/deals-in-pipeline.jpg 628 1200 sara https://seelegal.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/SeeLegalLogoHeader-1.png sara2019-03-26 13:08:322019-04-15 13:12:15Software Group to Obtain an Investment Loan from the European Investment Bank
The global technology company Software Group signed an agreement with the European Investment Bank to obtain an investment loan of EUR 18 million. The European Investment Bank chose Bulgaria to fund a project with money from the European Strategic Investment Fund. Funding will be used in two areas - R&D and Innovation, Business Development and Marketing. Over the next three years, the company will focus on developing new technologies, platforms and products in the field of insurance, factoring and Internet of Things (IoT).
https://seelegal.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/motorway.jpg 645 1200 sara https://seelegal.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/SeeLegalLogoHeader-1.png sara2019-03-20 22:41:422019-04-17 15:40:58Corridor Vc Phase 3 Project
An EBRD and EIB funded project that has a total estimated cost of EUR 235 million for the construction of priority motorway sections along the international transport Corridor Vc.