$200 million for Nicaraguan Banks

The Central American Bank for Economic Integration will disburse the loan for "the strengthening of the country's financial system.

Monday, January 26, 2009

The president of the Central Bank of Nicaragua, Antenor Rosales, said, according to Unionradio.net: "$100 million will be available to any bank that needs liquidity.

The other $100 million "are for the guarantee of deposits" by Nicaraguans, he added.

The total amount of the funds will be provided to Nicaragua as long-term loan, with a low interest rate."

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$ 55 Million for Panama's Public Finances

March 2011

The World Bank will provide a loan in order to improve efficiency in Panama´s public sector.

The project aligns with Panama´s Government in the search for more efficient spending. The loan will result in more transparent daily operations based on performance and subject to accountability.

$ 60 Million for Panama's Financial System

October 2010

CAF signed a $ 50 million loan with Bladex and another with Global Bank for $ 10 million.

CAF- development bank in Latin America - signed two credit lines amounting to a total of $ 60 million, with aim to further strengthening the Panamanian and Latin American financial system.

$500 Million for Panamanian Banking

April 2009

The approved loan by the IDB must be submitted to the National Bank of Panama and it will be used to restore liquidity.

The National Bank of Panama will offer lines of credit for banks through a financial stimulus trust.

According to what Mipunto.com published: "This loan was provided through the New Liquidity Program for Sustainable Growth of the IDB, which has 6 billion dollars to help countries and their commercial banks that are burdened by the lack of credit due to the crisis to get money."

$1.3 billion from BCIE for the region

February 2009

The Bank said that it will not stop injecting capital, especially capital that is used for micro, small and medium companies.

Roberto Serrano, vice president of the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (BCIE), said in an article published on LA PRENSA GRAFICA.com: “Although the international economic environment is tough and funds are not flow as much as before, we have the ability to continue capturing money as well as to continue injecting resources toward the micro, small and medium companies sector."

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