According to the Bank’s website, the project consists of a regional, revolving and uncommitted credit line for an amount of up to US$20 million, under which IDB Invest would make disbursements in differentiated terms to purchase agricultural inputs from eligible supplier(s) of Agrovision Corp., specially structured to cover the cash conversion cycle of blueberry production and marketing in Mexico and Peru.
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