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Date selected: January 2018
Finnfund has renewed its tax policy. Tax policy consists of Finnfund’s principles and practices to assess and promote tax responsibility in its own operations and in the projects it finances. Projects financed by Finnfund must be both economically viable and responsibly implemented, and must generate development effects in the target countries. Finnfund requires the projects […]Read more
January 15, 2018
Finnfund has provided a USD 15 million loan for the construction of ten solar power plants in El Salvador, Central America. Power plants are expected to be fully operational in 2019. Together, they will have a capacity of 100 megawatts. The company responsible for the project is Bosforo Ltda de CV, owned by two companies […]Read more
January 5, 2018
The memorandum for 2018 on the steering of Finnfund has been published. The Ministry for Foreign Affairs, the main shareholder, steers Finnfund’s operations by means of an annual memorandum. This document defines Finnfund’s specific function in promoting development and sets objectives for its development policy operations, operational development and financial profitability. Its basis is the Government […]Read more
January 3, 2018