Overseas Economic Cooperation Fund


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Overseas Economic Cooperation Fund

A former fund that was responsible for providing financing to encourage Japanese international trade. It ceased to exist in 1999 when it merged with the Export-Import Bank of Japan to form the Japanese Bank for International Cooperation.
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9% jump over a year before, the Overseas Economic Cooperation Fund (OECF) said in an annual report.
credit-rating agency also said it affirmed an AA-plus long-term and an A-1-plus short-term local and foreign currency issuer credit ratings on the bank, the product of a 1999 merger of the Export-Import Bank of Japan and the Overseas Economic Cooperation Fund (OECF).
Taking part as observers will be seven officials from the Foreign Ministry, the Ministry of International Trade and Industry, the Finance Ministry, the Economic Planning Agency, the Japan International Cooperation Agency, the Overseas Economic Cooperation Fund, and the Export-Import Bank of Japan.
For financial assistance to Asian economies hit by the currency crisis, as well as to Japanese firms operating in the region, FILP funds to the Export-Import Bank of Japan and the Overseas Economic Cooperation Fund will increase 76.
The JBIC, the result of last October's merger of the Export-Import Bank of Japan and the Overseas Economic Cooperation Fund, is Japan's main foreign aid agency.
Pakistan has been planning to build the Indus Highway since the early 1970s, but work did not start until the early 1990s, with financial assistance from the Overseas Economic Cooperation Fund of Japan.
Japan will provide yen loans from the Export-Import Bank of Japan and the Overseas Economic Cooperation Fund (OECF) worth 600 million and 250 million dollars respectively.
dollars) will be for a program financed by Japan's Overseas Economic Cooperation Fund (OECF) and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) that aims to improve air quality in Manila by improving fuel quality, cutting emissions, easing traffic congestion and generating greater public awareness of air pollution.
A government official added international capital providers, including the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank, and Japan's Overseas Economic Cooperation Fund, will support the economic recovery program.
15 Kyodo Activists from 60 Thai nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) plan to lodge a joint petition Tuesday urging the government to reject conditions imposed by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) on a 600 million dollar loan for an agricultural project co-financed by Japan's Overseas Economic Cooperation Fund.
1, 1999, merger of the Export-Import Bank of Japan and the Overseas Economic Cooperation Fund, is Japan's main foreign aid agency.
The loan, set to get approval in six to eight weeks, will be jointly financed by Japan's Overseas Economic Cooperation Fund and the ADB on an equal footing.

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