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The OECF alternative accounts for these truths and provides an estimate of cash available for distribution to the owners, the common stock shareholders.
In his 1999 visit to Japan, Fujimori was able to secure $416 million in new credits from OECF and $242 million from JEXIM.
Shinozawa became president of the OECF in 1998 after resigning from the Finance Ministry in 1996.
The OECF is now the Japan Bank for International Cooperation.
This project, which forms part of the country's wider infrastructure modernisation programme, will be financed by Japan's Overseas Export Credit Fund (OECF).
The cost of constructing SBIA -- which covers an area of approximately 32 square kilometres -- is approximately Bath 121 million, with funding from OECF, the Ministry of Finance (MOF) and the Airport Authority of Thailand (AAT).
The Japanese side, which will control the remaining share, will be represented by the Overseas Economic Cooperation Fund (OECF) and 57 private companies.
The project now is waiting for the Malaysian government to formally request the special OECF loan from the Japanese government.
OECF (1997) The Privatisation Policies in Pakistan: Current Situation and Future Challenges.
Japan's Overseas Economic Cooperation Fund (OECF) is providing the Republic of Mauritius with a loan for the island's Environmental Sanitation and Sewage Project, amounting to Y4,538m ($38m).
This meeting reaffirmed the direction of Japanese assistance to focus in its technical cooperation in basic needs in the social sector (support of rice and grain development by DAL), with OECF loans in infrastructure.
Dominguez also informed participants at the forum that the Philippines Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) is now revising regulations on the value-added tax (VAT) withholding system involving projects funded by Japans Overseas Economic Cooperation Fund (OECF), taking into account the concerns raised by the Japanese government and contractors of OECD-funded projects.