EU finance ministers meet on Friday in Vienna to negotiate how the UK’s share in the European Investment Bank (EIB) is going to be replaced, with Poland demanding an increased share.

Poland is threatening to block the EIB capital increase unless it secures a bigger share, the Financial Times reported on Thursday.

With €3,5bn in the capital, the UK is the single biggest EIB shareholder of the Luxembourg -based institution.

The EIB is the biggest investment bank in Europe, funding researc...

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