Nov 19, 2003 The Inter-American Development Bank and its Multilateral Investment Fund will host on Monday, November 24 a seminar on remittances to Latin America and the Caribbean,...
Nov 21, 2002 The Multilateral Investment Fund announced the approval of two grants totaling $1,330,000 to strengthen the accounting systems in Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago.
Nov 12, 2002 The leaders in information and communication technology for development from 21 Latin American and Caribbean countries are meeting at the Inter-American Development Bank in Washington, D.C., November 11-13, to enhance their collective efforts for strengthening the deployment of these technologies to promote sustainable economic growth while reducing poverty and promoting equity throughout the Region.
Oct 1, 2002 By Paul Constance Should people in Latin America still care about regional integration? With.
May 22, 2002 The Inter-American Development Bank announced the approval of a $32 million loan to Trinidad and Tobago to support the first phase of a $100 million national housing program designed to benefit low-income groups.
Nov 16, 2001 SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic - The Inter-American Development Bank awarded its annual prizes for institutions and leaders that excel in their efforts to support microenterprises, a key factor for economic and social progress in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Aug 23, 2001 The Multilateral Investment Fund has approved four grants totaling more than $3 million to support private sector development in Uruguay, Guatemala, Peru, and Trinidad and Tobago.
Jun 12, 2001 The Multilateral Investment Fund announced the approval of the purchase of a 30-year floating bond worth $2.8 million from Development Finance Limited in Trinidad & Tobago that is designed to help finance approximately 2000 microentrepreneurs in the Caribbean.
Jun 7, 2000 The Multilateral Investment Fund announced the approval of $6.25 million in grants to four countries in Latin America and the Caribbean to support small business and microenterprise, financial supervision reform, and private health care modernization.
Feb 17, 2000 The Inter-American Development Bank, Grupo Santander of Spain, and the Caribbean Development Bank will jointly introduce a book, titled Financial Risk Management: A Practical Approach for Emerging Markets, during a symposium on risk management to be held Feb. 21-22 in Trinidad and Tobago.
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