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Summaries of proposed guarantees are provided prior to Board consideration and before final contract signing, and they are therefore subject to change. Project briefs are disclosed after Board consideration and contract signing and reflect the terms of the project at the time of contract signature. Environmental and Social Review Summaries are provided for projects assigned an Environmental Assessment Category of A or B.

 

Project name
Coprotec Sistemi d.o.o. Orasje
Project ID
7492
Fiscal year
2008
Status
Not Active
Guarantee holder
Coprotec Systeme GmbH
Investor country
Germany
Host country
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Environmental category
B
Sector
Manufacturing
Date SPG disclosed
April 16, 2008
Project Board date
April 30, 2008
Gross exposure
 $1.1 million
Project type
SIP

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MIGA has issued a guarantee of $1.11 million to Coprotec Systeme GmbH of Germany for a shareholder loan to its wholly owned subsidiary, Coprotec Sistemi d.o.o. Orasje. The guarantee covers the risk of transfer restriction, expropriation, and war and civil disturbance for a period of up to eight years.

Coprotec Sistemi d.o.o. Orasje will establish a greenfield manufacturing facility in the Posavina Canton area of northern Bosnia and Herzegovina. The factory will manufacture high-grade processed steel components for export to the automobile industry (parts and vehicle manufacturers) in Germany.

MIGA’s support for this investment is aligned with the World Bank Group’s country assistance strategy in Bosnia and Herzegovina, particularly with regard to supporting the development of a competitive private sector. Moreover, the transfer of high-tech manufacturing and quality control processes and precision equipment to the project company is expected to yield positive benefits for local staff.

MIGA’s participation in the project is aligned with key agency priorities, including encouraging investment in conflict-affected and IDA-eligible (the world’s poorest) countries. The project was underwritten through MIGA’s Small Investment Program.

 
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