IDB Increases Support to Central America

During a meeting of Governors, IDB President Luis Alberto Moreno announced that the entity will increase its support to countries in the region.

Friday, March 6, 2009

Proceso Digital published on its website: "’At this juncture, we have to lend more and that is our obligation and why we are here,' said the head of the IDB in his opening speech.
Moreno said the IDB is ready to meet this 'obligation' to raise capital to the region but he did not specify the amount.
'It is clear that we must deal with the urgencies of the decision right now and that it imposes extraordinary measures,’ he insisted."

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El Salvador: $500 Million more from IDB

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The funds will be available beginning in 2010 and they will be used to fund some projects of Mauricio Funes’ new government.

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$400 million for widening of Panama Canal

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