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Inter-American Development Bank to hold Annual Meeting in Busan, Republic of Korea

Top finance and business leaders will attend the IDB’s Annual Meeting will be held in Busan, Republic of Korea, March 26-29.

Germany and the IDB Enter a New Decade of Partnership

IDB and Germany renew and sign 10 year partnership agreement.

IDB supports Uruguay's international strategic positioning

IDB supports Uruguay program that will increase investments and exports with a $247 million loan.

Latin America and the Caribbean growth expected to pick up slightly in 2015

According with the IDB, Latin America and the Caribbean's economic growth might recover modestly to 2.2% in 2015, up from 1.3% in 2014.

Chile to expand use of non-conventional renewable energy sources with IDB support

Loans of $27.7 million and $25.7 million for the Arica I and Los Loros solar projects, respectively, will diversify Chile's energy matrix.

IDB approves investment to expand coverage and improve quality of education in Manaus

IDB will invest $52 million to expand the coverage and improve the quality of pre-school and primary education in Manaus, Brazil.

Brazil will improve drainage and sanitation services in the municipality of Joinville with help from the IDB

Brazil will improve the quality of life in the municipality of Joinville by improving drainage and sanitation systems with the IDB.

IDB and YouthBuild International sign violence prevention agreement for The Bahamas and El Salvador

IDB and YouthBuild International sign agreement to prevent violence and social exclusion for youths in The Bahamas and El Salvador.

Statement by the President of the Inter-American Development Bank at the conclusion of his visit to Jamaica

Growing scope of Jamaica’s partnership with the IDB.

IDB approves a $300 million line of credit to help Ecuador maintain its social spending in case of economic shocks

IDB approves stand-by line of credit of up to US$300 million to protect social spending in Ecuador.

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