3 edition of Proposed U.S. participation in the Inter-American Investment Corporation found in the catalog.
Proposed U.S. participation in the Inter-American Investment Corporation
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs. Subcommittee on International Development Institutions and Finance
|Other titles||Proposed US participation in the Inter-American Investment Corporation.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 137 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||137|
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Inter-American Investment Corporation: In agreement was reached on the first general capital increase for the IIC. The U.S. share under this five-year agreement is $ million in paid-in capital. Treasury, U.S. Particination in the Multilateral DeveloDrnent Banks in the Os, February 2 8) The delay in launching the InterAmerican Investment Corporation.
Other major independent U.S. agencies are also involved, such as the MCC and the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), as well. Section 3 evaluates the proposed financial support from the European Investment Bank and the European Union to boost the European project bond market.
Final sections discuss policy implications. the inter-american development bank (idb) contributes to sustainable economic and social development in latin america and the caribbean in a wide variety of ways: through our lending operations.
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Investment in China: Chimera of Protection and Predictability?’ () 34 Virgin ia J Intl L; Shan (n 5) 5; On the Hull formula, see generally R. The MDBs provide non-concessional financial assistance to middle-income countries and some creditworthy low-income countries on market- based terms.
They also provide concessional assistance, including grants and loans at below- market rate interest rates, to low-income countries.