According to the bank's website, the project "will support investment in electric buses, electric bus manufacturing facilities, and electric vehicle charging stations and related costs undertaken by VinFast Trading and Production Joint Stock Company in Vietnam".
The funds will be outsourced from the following:
1. Climate Innovation and Development Fund (3 million USD) - committed
2. Ordinary capital resources (20 million USD) - signed
3. Australian Climate Finance Partnership (20 million USD) - approved
4. Clean Technology Fund (10 million USD) - approved
5. Other DFIs and/or commercial lenders (45 million USD) - approved
Knowles, Tristan (ADB Officer)
Private Sector Operations Department
Infrastructure Finance Division 2
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