$7 Million for the Dinant Group in Honduras

The loan will be designated to debt restructuring, increasing production capacity, improving the distribution network, and expanding palm cultivations.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009


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Washington, D.C. - June 16, 2009, the Inter-American Corporation of Investments (CII) approved a loan for $7 million USD to Corporación Dinant and Exportadora del Atlántico, which are both businesses of the Dinant Group.

The group is vertically integrated and it does manufacturing and marketing mainly in the areas of snacks, agricultural products, and food products. It is also entering into biodiesel production that would be based on the oil from palm, jatropha, and tempate. For this last area of cultivation, the company is involving rural area farmer groups from Honduras to work in the activities of sowing and harvesting.



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