Black Sea Trade and Development Bank (BSTDB)
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Established as an international financial institution by an international treaty called the Agreement Establishing the Black Sea Trade and Development Bank, signed 30 Jun 1994, Tbilisi (Georgia) and entered into force 24 Jan 1997 (UN registration number 36909), pursuant to Art 102 of the UN Charter. Became fully operational 1 Jun 1999. Financial pillar of F-XF2514 - Organization of Black Sea Economic Cooperation (BSEC).
Accelerate economic development; promote cooperation among shareholder countries; promote regional trade and project/corporate finance; facilitate the efforts of member states to create stronger links among their economies.
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