Abu Dhabi Fund for Arab Economic Development

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Abu Dhabi Fund for Arab Economic Development

A financial institution owned by the government of Abu Dhabi that promotes investment in the developing world. It does this through concessionary loans, grants and equity investment provided to governments and private companies. It has funded projects in more than 50 countries since its foundation in 1971. See also: Abu Dhabi Investment Authority.
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1987: More than Dh4 billion provided as foreign loans by Abu Dhabi Fund For Arab Economic Development (Adfaed) up to the end of December 1986.
The Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD), re-named from the Abu Dhabi Fund for Arab Economic Development (ADFAED), is international providing soft loans to developing countries.
The Abu Dhabi Fund for Arab Economic Development (ADFAED) is developing 70,000 acres of agricultural land in Sudan to produce crops such as corn and alfalfa, a feed for livestock.
Shaikh Zayed had established the Abu Dhabi Fund for Arab Economic Development (ADFAED) which dedicated a segment of oil windfall to over 50 less fortunate Muslim countries in Africa and Asia.
Abu Dhabi, having been the beneficiary of Kuwaiti assistance, followed similar paths: Shaikh Zayed established the Abu Dhabi Fund for Arab Economic Development (ADFAED) which dedicated a segment of oil windfall to over 50 less fortunate Muslim countries in Africa and Asia.
The Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD), renamed from the Abu Dhabi Fund for Arab Economic Development (ADFAED), is to become an international institution.
The Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD), renamed from the Abu Dhabi Fund for Arab Economic Development (ADFAED), is working closely with GHC and is to become an international institution.