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BTK plays an important role in the implementation of China's Belt and Road strategy and the International North-South Transport Corridor.
30 per cent of outstanding amount of BTK towards its allottees as well as future sale proceeds, collected or deposited by BTK shall be transferred to the designated account already opened by this Court.
The BTK management submitted to the court an affidavit claiming that no violation of its May 4 judgement had been committed
Since it was bought by BPCE, BTK has not always been in deficit.
In this respect, China's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), which plans to improve Chinese rail and sea transportation to better connect with the global economy, strengthens the future perspective of the BTK. The Belt and Road goes through 65 countries, includes 70% of the world's population, three-quarters of its energy resources, a quarter of goods and services and 28% of global GDP-some $21 trillion (Campbell, 2017).
Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev called the BTK Railway a "historic project" and described the new period by saying, "It will increase the geopolitical importance of our countries and open up new opportunities for us."
And then larger volumes will be transported," Azerbaijan President Aliyev said, adding that "the BTK railway is becoming an important part of Eurasia's transport map."
BTK is a cytoplasmic, non-receptor tyrosine kinase that is an essential component of B cell receptor signaling.
Btk mutation also plays a key role in signal transduction of pre-B-cell receptor (BCR).
The International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, is providing a EUR 25 million loan to the Tunisian bank BTK, a member of the BPCE Group.
(TAP)- The International Finance Corporation (IFC), member of the World Bank Group, Wesdnesday announced a 25 million euro credit line (about 61.3 MTD) for BTK (Groupe BPCE) to help extend loans to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and sustain economic growth in Tunisia.