IFC Approves $500 million Global Trade Finance Facility

The International Finance Corporation, the private sector arm of the World Bank Group has approved a $500 million global trade finance program, to provide financial support to small and medium importers and exporters in emerging markets.

  • By www.imf.org
  • 19 Nov 2004

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IFC Approves $500 million Global Trade Finance Facility that will Benefit Small Emerging Market Companies

Washington D.C., November 18, 2004 —The International Finance Corporation, the ...

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