Inter-American Investment Corporation

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Inter-American Investment Corporation

An organization that provides loans to small and medium sized businesses in Latin America and the Caribbean. It aims for job creation and environmentally sustainable economic development in the region. It was established in 1985 and is based in Washington, D.C.
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During the Global Conference & AGM in Hong Kong, IIC Partners appointed four new Directors to IIC Partners' Board of Directors.
The center has been built at a cost of 12 million Dirhams (three million dollars), and the new building is a milestone for the IIC, which will celebrate its 40th anniversary in 2011.
Robert Hermann, head of Life Sciences and Chemicals at the IIC.
The IofC leadership training group, Action for Life 3, carried the IIC message across different parts of India.
The IIC says its mission is "to promote the economic development of its regional borrowing member countries by stimulating the establishment, expansion and modernization of private enterprises, particularly those that are small and medium in size.
IIC is an events company focusing on professional and retail investment conferences and trade shows for the global mining industry, including mining companies, government agencies, private and institutional investors, investment bankers and industry analysts.
According to the paper, IIC redesigned the truck so that it would be able to store enough hydrogen to fuel the FCV twice.
The IIC has won the major policy battles relative to international insurance markets," said Kevin T.
9-acre land sale in the Highridge Business Park to IIC Financial & Development.
The director and the staff respond to inquiries from practitioners and other interested parties, develop internal materials and press releases and provide any other assistance required by the board or the IIC.
Additionally, the IIC benefits from its relationship with the Inter-American Development Bank through a committed credit line for USD300 million and the 'preferred creditor status' historically accorded to the IIC by member countries.
The proceeds of the IIC loan will be used for working capital.