World Bank Suspends $270 Million to Honduras

Due to the political situation in Honduras, the World Bank suspended the disbursement of a loan in the amount of $270 million to the country.

Tuesday, June 30, 2009


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The World Bank currently has 16 development projects in Honduras worth $400 million, among which are the $270 million that the organization decided to suspend until the political situation is cleared up.

According to Prensa.com, the president of the World Bank, Robert Zoellick, also declared, “nor will we be sending any new development projects in Honduras for approval to the executive council of the multilateral organization.”

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