World Bank plans US$100 million loan for Honduras

The World Bank is going to lend Honduras US$100 million in the second half of this year, the bank's managing director, Juan José Daboud, announced.

Tuesday, June 10, 2008


The loan is to support the government's development plans and in particular its efforts to resolve the food crisis, said Daboud, who was on a two-day visit to Honduras that included talks with President Manuel Zelaya and other senior officials.

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These World Bank funds will be used in social spending, education, health care, job generation, public structure and in the public sector.

The multilateral organism made a commitment to grant El Salvador an additional $250 million for the June 2009 - June 2010 fiscal period.

World Bank lends $200 million to Guatemala

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The World Bank approved a $200 million Development Policy Loan for Guatemala.

The Bank's press release states that the main objectives of this loan are:

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The World Bank funds were granted for the current fiscal year, from July 30 to June 2010.

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The World Bank has announced two loans to Honduras for a total of 78.6 million dollars.

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A World Bank news release says the 30-million-dollar loan for rural areas will support the creation and consolidation of productive alliances.

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