International Finance Corporation


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International Finance Corporation:

see International Bank for Reconstruction and DevelopmentInternational Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD)
(IBRD), independent specialized agency of the United Nations, with headquarters at Washington, D.C.; one of five closely associated development institutions (also including the International Center for Settlement of
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The IFC Capitalization Fund is a global equity and subordinated debt fund founded by the International Finance Corporation, a member of the World Bank Group, and the Japan Bank for International Cooperation.
We look forward to working with the International Finance Corporation to advance renewable energy and novel cleantech projects wherever they have the greatest social, environmental and economic impact," he added.
Muscat: International Finance Corporation's (IFC) total investment in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region for the fiscal year ending June, 2012 touched $2.9 billion, despite political instability in the region, according to a senior official of the multilateral funding agency.
"It will be our first attempt at the capital markets but what is heartening for us is that the International Finance Corporation is busy with the due diligence now as we speak to underwrite the billion rand, of which we are very proud and excited.
Rashad Kaldany is vice president for Global Industries at the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group.
She also highlighted the reliance placed by international financial organizations on Akbank and thanked Standard Chartered, WestLB, Wells Fargo, European Investment Bank and International Finance Corporation.
It collaborated with SYM International Finance Corporation to make the event a great success.
Participants in the forum, which is organized by the Association of Banks in Jordan in cooperation with the Ministry of Environment and the International Finance Corporation, include experts from the International Finance Corporation, the Industrial Development Bank of Turkey, the French Development Agency, the Association of Banks in Jordan and the National Energy Research Center.
THE INTERNATIONAL Finance Corporation (IFC) of the World Bank is pumping US$125 million into Ghana's Ahafo gold mine project, which is controlled by a subsidiary of the USA-based Newmont Mining Corporation.
Based on articles published by the World Bank's Rapid Response Unit, this work by Klein (vice president for private sector development for the World Bank and the International Finance Corporation), Harford (an economist at the International Finance Corporation), and colleagues analyze the aid industry as operating in a competitive market and promote competition as way to improve performance and benefit the poor.
The International Finance Corporation, the private-sector arm of the World Bank, said that in Peru it issued three-year bonds in Peruvian soles equivalent to $31 million.
Morgan banker who is running the World Bank's private-sector arm, the International Finance Corporation. "If World Bank President James D.

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