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Bank Audi and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development Thursday joined forces to provide $200 million to finance green projects in Lebanon.Bank Audi said it will match the GEFF facility with an additional $100 million in financing to support green investments, bringing the total green financing package to $200 million.Samir Hanna, chairman and group CEO of Bank Audi, said the funding will allow businesses and individuals to invest in commercially viable and environmentally sustainable projects to support Lebanon's overall transition to a green economy.
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