European Community Investment Partners (ECIP)
1988, by E-XE3068 - Council of the European Union and implemented through E-XE2442 - European Commission (EC). Initially a 3-year pilot experiment, was given formal legal and budgetary basis, 3 Feb 1992, on adoption of Regulation (EEC) No 319/92 by the Council of Ministers. Expanded and reinforced by Regulation (EC) No 213/96, 29 Jan 1996, which extends the instrument till the end of 1999. Ceased activities end 2001.
Act as a financial instrument to facilitate creation of joint ventures in eligible countries in Latin America, Asia, the Mediterranean basin and South Africa.
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Managed by the European Commission through the network of financial institutions and investment promotion agencies.
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