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IBRD

International Bank for Reconstruction and Development

A division of the World Bank that provides loans to governments and public organizations in developing countries in order to alleviate poverty. Founded in 1946, it was established to rebuild Europe and Asia after World War II. It loans money for infrastructural, business, and environmental development worldwide. It charges developing countries low interest rates, raising its funds from bonds issued to governments and institutions. See also: International Monetary Fund.
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During the CPS period, IBRD resources will be devoted to investment lending.
A narrower prohibition, restricting the use of IBRD loan proceeds, appears in Section 5(b) of Article III.
Transmission: IFC and IBRD are helping GOP increase the capacity of Pakistan's trunk lines through private sector participation.
Unlike those of the IBRD, IDA's lending operations--about $6,000,000,000 annually, currently totaLing over $50,000,000,000--are funded by trienniaL grants from its rich-country members.
In case, Pakistan borrowing from the World Bank Group will be limited to the IDA if it gets disqualified for IBRD loans.
The "Oum Er Rbia" Sanitation project (569 million MAD supported by a US$43 million equivalent IBRD Loan) has two objectives, the first is to increase access to sewerage services and reduce wastewater-related pollution in selected towns of the Oum Er Rbia river basin.
Paid-in capital and retained earnings on the IBRD balance sheet amount to $30 billion.
5 months of projected imports and has satisfied other criteria of World Bank under the Country Partnership strategy (CPS), it will now be able to avail $2 billion worth of IBRD funding during the four year period of Fiscal Years 201519 with annual limit of $500 million.
The loan from the IBRD carries an 8-year grace period, and a maturity of 18 years.
But these eleven countries are home to over half the world's people, and to almost 80 percent of the people -- and of the poor people -- who live in IBRD countries (Figure 1).
Implementing Organisation(s): IBRD (HSBC) C/O THE WORLD BANK, World Bank AFTTR
IBRD mandated Royal Bank of Scotland (LON:RBS) to lead the issue.