This project funds increasing the capacity and size of the capital market by strengthening enforcement capacity, ensuring quality reporting by public companies, converting stock exchanges from use rights to shareholders, changing the debt/equity ratio of intermediaries, developing market infrastructure, introducing regulations, and developing capital industry and and markets that can easily be converted to cash.
The financing for this project is provided by:
Asian Development Bank (Loan): US$ 150 million, US$ 100 million
Technical Assistance Special Fund (Grant): US$ US$ .4 million
Republic of Korea e-Asia and Knowledge Partnership Fund (Grant): US$ .3 million
Bank and Financial Institutions Division-MOF
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