The EIB is looking into relaxing lending criteria for military investments

In this episode of our daily podcast Today in the EU, we’re diving into the EU’s lending arm’s intention to“stretch” its investment remit beyond financing dual-use goods that can be exploited for civilian and military purposes. 

The European Investment Bank (EIB) is poised to loosen lending criteria, potentially lifting restrictions on financing ammunition and weapons production. But who is pushing for it, and what will be the implications of loosening the criteria?

We invited Anna Brunetti, Euractiv’s economy editor, to break down this complex topic.

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