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21 Aug 2019
IBEC Supports Advanced Scientific Research

IBEC Supports Advanced Scientific Research

International Bank for Economic Co-operation participates in implementation of NICA, a unique international scientific project at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research in Dubna. NICA (Nuclotron based Ion Collider fAcility) is a new accelerator complex designed at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (Dubna, Russia) for the purpose of studying properties of dense baryonic matter.   Read more

20 Aug 2019
Start for cooperation with the Belarusky Narodny Bank

Start for cooperation with the Belarusky Narodny Bank

International Bank for Economic Co-operation implemented the first transaction under the General Agreement on Financing with the Belarusky Narodny Bank (BNB-Bank). The funds were used to implement foreign trade contracts between a Polish supplier and a Belarusian leasing company.   Read more

02 Aug 2019
IBEC Asian Vector

IBEC Asian Vector

International Bank for Economic Co-operation took part in a foreign trade transaction for the supply of wood-chemical products to Vietnam. IBEC has advised a letter of credit issued by Vietcombank to secure a contract between the Vietnamese and Belarusian companies.   Read more

31 Jul 2019
The Republic of Belarus – stable IBEC partner

The Republic of Belarus – stable IBEC partner

IBEC continues effective cooperation with one of the largest Belarusian banks – Belagroprombank. Within the framework of the established partnerships, a number of foreign economic contracts of Belarusian companies were financed. This includes such a tool from product line for supporting foreign trade operations as pre-export financing. This financing will be aimed at supplying products of the Belarusian pulp-and-paper and chemical industry to Poland. Also, Russian petrochemical exports to the Republic of Belarus have been financed. The term of credit operations is up to a year, which will allow participants in foreign economic activity to easily fulfill their contractual obligations.   Read more