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The largest global development institution focused on the private sector. We promote sustainable growth by financing investment and providing advisory services.
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IFCMENA Sep 22
In , private firms key to rebuilding the country's infrastructure: IFC director.
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More than 4 billion people still lack internet access. If we , we can change that. Via
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ICT Association JO Sep 29
Motivating topics & great speakers forum in the fields of
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IFCMENA Sep 29
In , a new solar plant is expected to provide power to 40,000 homes.
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IFCMENA Sep 28
NEW: IFC has arranged a $76 million financing package for a major solar power plant in .
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IFCMENA Sep 28
In Jordan, some students could barely use a mouse. Then tech entrepreneur came along. Via
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IFCMENA Sep 27
In FY16, our -related investments totaled $3.3bln:
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IFCMENA Sep 27
At 13, Madeline Mahmoud took over her father’s fishing business. Read her powerful story:
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IFCMENA Sep 26
IFC FY16 investment commitments in Middle East & North Africa $1.3 billion:
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IFCMENA Sep 26
Released today! IFC Annual Report on why experience matters for development:
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IFCMENA Sep 23
RT : IFC completes partnership 2 advance . Read report:
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IFCMENA Sep 22
In , private firms key to rebuilding the country's infrastructure: IFC director.
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IFCMENA Sep 22
BREAKING NEWS: 's first privately-owned power plant gets the go-ahead.
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IFCMENA Sep 22
BREAKING: IFC supports deal to build landmark power plant in .
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IFCMENA Sep 21
In Egypt, the private sector is key to creating jobs & spurring growth: IFC director.
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IFCMENA Sep 21
Egypt's economy has great long-term potential, IFC director Mouayed Makhlouf tells
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IFCMENA Sep 20
The outlook for the Palenstian economy, already plagued by slow growth, is worrying: report.
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IFCMENA Sep 20
Did you know? building standards can protect the environment and keep workers healthy.
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IFCMENA Sep 19
Most students today will end up in careers that don’t yet exist. How do we prepare them? By via
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IFCMENA Sep 19
The world is home to 250 million int'l migrants. A new study looks at why that matters.
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