International Investment Bank


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International Investment Bank

1. A former bank established in 1971 to provide capital investment funding for Soviet bloc states. It was disestablished in 1991.

2. An investment bank whose practices comply with Islamic law. It was established in 2003 and is based in Bahrain.
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