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World Bank Group

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(Banking & Finance) the collective name for the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the International Finance Corporation, and the International Development Association, whose headquarters are all in Washington
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Among the major tenants are the Worldbank, the European Commission and GE Financial Services.
Charlotte Frances Cole, Vice President for Education and Research at Sesame Workshop, brings together international advisors of cultural experts, early childhood researchers, educators and media specialists from nine countries and organizations such as Oxfam, UNICEF, and Worldbank, to begin developing content for the program, with a focus on communicating messages of global citizenship to young children.
The Government of Jamaica has received a loan from the WorldBank (No.
The second agreement calls for VCSY to market iNPi's online procurement services internationally, targeting foreign governments in conjunction with WorldBank, ExImBank and USAID requirements that recipient nations must implement modern procurement procedures before release of funds.
SageMaker clients include, BG, Dynegy, Elf Aquitaine, IMF Worldbank, MCI WorldCom, TotalFina, Unocal, and Verticalnet.
Corechange customers include ABB, AMB Property Management, British Telecom North America, Cap Gemini, City of Stockholm, CSFB, Duke University, Ericsson, Fidelity, Guardian Insurance, Health Systems Minnesota, Manor Bakeries, New Britain General, Norsk Hydro, The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, SAAB, SHL, Storebrand, Swedish DOD, Telenor, Telia, United Health Services, University of Chicago, University of Illinois, University of Michigan, Volvo and the WorldBank.
SageMaker customers include Unocal, MCI WorldCom and IMF Worldbank.
Customers include Bank of England, Barclay's Bank, CitiCorp, NATO, UK Ministry of Defence, National Security Agency, WorldCom and WorldBank -- organizations that rely heavily on their security integrity.