Original disclosure @ IADB website
Updated in EWS Jun 10, 2019
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To increase its capacity to access funding over one year with correspondent banks to develop its trade finance activities, in line with the IDB's commitment to supporting intra-regional trade among Central American, South American and the Caribbean economies. The incorporation of Banco G&T Continental into the TFFP (Trade Finance Facilitation Program) will constitute the first step towards the establishment of a solid business relationship that could yield significant business opportunities in the context of the NSG (Non Sovereign Guaranteed) mandate.
The investment type was not disclosed at the time of the snapshot
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