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Commonwealth Development Corporation

An international aid organization established by the British government after the Second World War to aid in post-war development. It has since been partially privatized and assists in international development in various parts of the world. See also: DFID.
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(50% owned by the Commonwealth Development Corp. and managed by the Electricity Supply Board of Ireland (ESBI).
The historic island property is owned and operated through a 50-50 joint venture between the island and the Commonwealth Development Corp. of London.
London-based Commonwealth Development Corp., which invests U.K.
The new company is the result of a deal between the Bharat Jagdeo administration and the Commonwealth Development Corp. of the United Kingdom, with the CDC to pay Guyana US$23.45 million over a three-year period.
The London-based Commonwealth Development Corp. (CDC) is providing US$3O million to finance a new company, Tradewinds Investment Holdings Corp., to develop a chain of hotels in the Caribbean, reports CANA (May 29, 1999).
A consortium led by Seaboard (Seaboard, Enron International, the Commonwealth Development Corp. and local interests) will take over Generadora Haina (US$144.5 million).
to a group of Barbados-based investors and the Commonwealth Development Corp., reports The Sunday Sun (March 28, 1999).
The Commonwealth Development Corp. (CDC) and the Commonwealth Secretariat have announced the launch of the Tiona Fund, a US$20.5 million closed-end private equity fund, created to invest in the English-speaking Caribbean, reports CANA (March 9, 1999): David Bishop, General Manager of the Tiona Fund, said that CDC had identified the need in the region for an injection of private equity to help establish and expand small and medium-sized businesses.
The Commonwealth Development Corp. (CDC), a development institution backed by Britain, is expanding its presence in the Caribbean, by establishing a new office and fund, says Deputy Chairman Sir William Ryrie, reports CANA (September 14, 1998).

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