It's about 30 million or 260 million kroner.
Circles close to the EIB are now reporting that there will be no disbursement. According to its statutes, the EIB is only obliged to pay development funds to “economically sound” companies. If Saab is better, you are ready to pay.
The EIB's refusal can be the "end" for Muller's shaky financial plan. Actually, the money from the property sale, plus EIB loan, should start production. The real estate business also depends on the EIB. If the security is not released, the sale will burst.
No, not a good day today, really not.