This project is proposed under the Global Trade Supplier Finance program (“GTSF” or the “Program”) approved by the IFC Board on September 21, 2010 (Original Project #28723). IFC provides short-term financing to suppliers in emerging markets selling to large companies on open account terms. Under this project, IFC will provide financing to Barry Callebaut AG for suppliers of sugar, soy lecithin and dairy based in different emerging market countries.
Barry Callebaut AG
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