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Jun 11, 2019 16:26 EEST
June 11 (SeeNews) - Crédit Agricole Romania said on Tuesday it has inaugurated the first regional agricultural centre for the country's southeastern part in order to better serve the farmers in the counties of Ialomita, Calarasi, Buzau, Braila and Galati.
The Agri Hub is located in Slobozia and is intended to facilitate access to finance for farmers in order to support their activities and increase the productivity of their farms, Crédit Agricole Romania said in a press release.
You can download the 2023 Agriculture industry in Southeast Europe report here
The regional centre will bring together a team of consultants with good knowledge of agriculture and expertise in financing for farmers.
"Our goal is to become the reference bank of professional farmers in Romania providing them with financing solutions appropriate to their needs and balanced in terms of loan period, type of guarantees or monthly costs," Crédit Agricole Romania deputy general manager Jean-Paul Pinchon said.
Credit Agricole Romania, formerly known as Emporiki Bank Romania, is a subsidiary of Greece's Emporiki Bank which is part of French group Credit Agricole.
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