IDB: Excellence in Investment Innovation in Latin America

IDB: Excellence in Investment Innovation in Latin America

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The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has been the biggest source of development financing for Latin America and the Caribbean since the early 1960s. A single policy has guided its activities: its investments should foster development in partnership with the private sector. The IDB currently funds 400 projects and continues to help the region grapple with an ever-changing development landscape. That calls for a broad approach that recognizes the social aspects of development, such as social exclusion and inequality. With 8% of the world’s land mass yet home to 40% of its biodiversity, Latin America faces another priority with encouraging sustainability. Much of IDB’s lending is related

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