According to the bank's website, "the proceeds of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) loan, and loans to be provided by Deutsche Investitions- und Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbH (DEG) and the OPEC Fund for International Development, will be used to finance or refinance the construction of a manufacturing facility, purchase of equipment, and other capital expenditure in Viet Nam for the production of baby diapers, wet wipes, and women's hygiene pads. The project will increase consumer choices and improve the affordability of baby diapers, wet wipes, and women's hygiene pads in Viet Nam, Thailand, and Malaysia."
The funds will come from ordinary capital resources (20 million EUR)
Kobayashi, Junnosuke (ADB Officer)
Private Sector Operations Department
Office of the Director General, PSOD
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