Special Fund to Finance Programmes for Rendering Economic and Technical Assistance to Developing Countries
Fonds spécial pour l'octroi des crédits d'assistance économique et technique aux pays en développement
Specialnyj Fond Kreditovanija Meroprijatij po Okazaniju Ekonomiceskogo i Tehniceskogo Sodejstvija Razvivajuscimsia Stranam
11 Apr 1973, Moscow (USSR), on signature of an Agreement between International Investment Bank (IIB) and member countries.
Develop national economies of developing states, strengthen their economic independence and promote steady foreign economic relations of Fund member countries with those states, the Fund not preventing direct bilateral and multilateral financial and other business relations between Fund member countries and developing states.Available with paid subscription only.
IIB grants loans from the Fund to central and other banks, enterprises and economic organizations in public and cooperative sectors and, in certain cases, to private firms and organizations, for construction of new enterprises and reconstruction and modernization of existing enterprises, in industry, agriculture and other branches of the economy.
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