According to the bank document, "the proposed project will be structured as an Investment Project Financing (IPF) over a six-year period funded by an IBRD loan. It will focus primarily on the value addition and marketing of primary produce in prioritized agriculture and allied sectors namely horticulture (fruits, vegetables, spices, flowers), livestock (meat, eggs and dairy) and aquaculture (high value species), for which the State has sufficient comparative or competitive advantage."
Borrower US$ 130 million
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