Costa Rican company wins US$1.2 million loan from IIC

Ampo, a Costa Rican manufacturer of office supplies, has received a US$1.2 million loan from the Inter-American Investment Bank (IIC), the private-sector branch of the Inter-American Development Bank.

Thursday, May 22, 2008

The loan is the first to be granted to a Costa Rican company under the IIC's Finpyme scheme for small businesses.
Ampo makes files, folders and other articles in Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Panama.

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