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C 172/10 EN Official Journal of the European Union 24.7.

2009

Opening-up to the public of documents and/or files covered by the obligation of professional or
corporate secrecy kept in the EIB’s historical archives — Search for correspondents
(2009/C 172/06)

The Bank wishes to bring to the attention of the organisations mentioned below or their successors in name
its intention to make available to the public, in accordance with its ‘Rules on historical archives’ published in
OJ C 289/12 of 22 November 2005, documents concerning them which were originally covered by the
obligation of professional or commercial secrecy. These organisations are invited to contact the EIB at the
address below within eight weeks from the date of publication of this notice. After that deadline, the Bank
will use its discretion to decide whether or not to authorise the disclosure of the documents concerned in
application of Article 2 of the aforementioned rules.

Address of the EIB:

EIB
100, boulevard Konrad Adenauer
2950 Luxembourg
LUXEMBOURG

For the attention of Ms Patricia Tibbels; Director of the Buildings, Logistics and Documentation Department;
email: p.tibbels@eib.org

Sector Correspondent Name of project Country (1)

Agriculture Turkish Ministry of Agriculture Public BERDAN irrigation project (South Anatolia) TURKEY
Services

Agriculture Turkish Ministry of Energy and Natural BERDAN irrigation project (South Anatolia) TURKEY
Resources
Directorate General for State Water Works
(DSI)

Agriculture Turkish Ministry of Rural Affairs BERDAN irrigation project (South Anatolia) TURKEY
Land improvement directorate
(TOPRAKSU)

Financial FESTO Application from the company FESTO TURKEY


concerning an investment project in Turkey

Financial FESTO Turkey — planned creation of a wholly- TURKEY


owned subsidiary

Financial Turkish Finance Ministry Second global loan to the Turkish State for TURKEY
financing public sector pre-investment
expenses

Financial Sinai Yatirim ve Bankasi (SYKB) SYKB II Global Loan TURKEY

Industrial Turkish Ministry of Forests Additional loan of 16 million units of TURKEY


Directorate General of Forests (DGF) account to the Turkish State for financing
AKDENIZ forest/paper project

Industrial Turkish Ministry of Forests AKDENIZ forest/paper project TURKEY


Directorate General of Forests (DGF)

Industrial Turkish Ministry of Industry and Additional loan of 16 million units of TURKEY
Technology account to the Turkish State for financing
AKDENIZ forest/paper project

Industrial Turkish Ministry of Industry and AKDENIZ forest/paper project TURKEY


Technology
24.7.2009 EN Official Journal of the European Union C 172/11

Sector Correspondent Name of project Country (1)

Agriculture Turkish Ministry of Agriculture Public BERDAN irrigation project (South Anatolia) TURKEY
Services

Agriculture Turkish Ministry of Energy and Natural BERDAN irrigation project (South Anatolia) TURKEY
Resources
Directorate General for State Water Works
(DSI)

Agriculture Turkish Ministry of Rural Affairs BERDAN irrigation project (South Anatolia) TURKEY
Land improvement directorate
(TOPRAKSU)

Financial FESTO Application from the company FESTO TURKEY


concerning an investment project in Turkey

Financial FESTO Turkey — planned creation of a wholly- TURKEY


owned subsidiary

Financial Turkish Finance Ministry Second global loan to the Turkish State for TURKEY
financing public sector pre-investment
expenses

Financial Sinai Yatirim ve Bankasi (SYKB) SYKB II Global Loan TURKEY

Industrial Turkish Ministry of Forests Additional loan of 16 million units of TURKEY


Directorate General of Forests (DGF) account to the Turkish State for financing
AKDENIZ forest/paper project

Industrial Turkish Ministry of Forests AKDENIZ forest/paper project TURKEY


Directorate General of Forests (DGF)

Industrial Turkish Ministry of Industry and Additional loan of 16 million units of TURKEY
Technology account to the Turkish State for financing
AKDENIZ forest/paper project

Industrial Turkish Ministry of Industry and AKDENIZ forest/paper project TURKEY


Technology