IFC’s investment proposal is to provide a financing package of up to EUR5.13 million consisting of: i) IFC A Loan of up to EUR2.7 million and IDA Private Sector Window loan of up to EUR2.43 million to MIGAS SA (“MIGAS” or “the Company”) to finance the installation of a Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) cylinder plant in Niger and upgrade its existing metal works equipment (the “Project”).
Mr. Moctar SABO
Chief Executive Officer
BP 360, Arlit, Niger
ACCOUNTABILITY MECHANISM OF IFC
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