Argentina: World Bank Approves US$200 Million For Infrastructure Development the Buenos Aires Province

Better infrastructure services are to reactivate the province's economy

  • By World Bank
  • 08 Dec 2004

WASHINGTON, December 7, 2004 - The World Bank today approved a US$200 million loan for Argentina to improve the provision of infrastructure services in the Province of Buenos Aires.

“The provision of better infrastructure services supports the Government of Buenos Aires strategy to reactivate the province’s economy and strengthen ...

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