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MIF approves $1,082,640 to increase competitiveness of small businesses in province of Cordoba, Argentina

The Multilateral Investment Fund announced the approval today of a $1,082,640 grant to the City of Cordoba Economic Development Agency in Argentina to support the competitiveness and growth of strategic small and medium-sized businesses.

The project will be focused on supporting business clusters in the sectors of information and communication technology, furniture and other wood products, and regional agricultural products, particularly organic agriculture and livestock production.

The program will strengthen cooperation among businesses and institutions, improve access to technology for production and organization and improve access to markets.

The Multilateral Investment Fund, an independent fund administered by the Inter-American Development Bank, is dedicated to promoting private sector development in Latin America and the Caribbean through grants and investments.

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