IBRD


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IBRD

abbr.
International Bank for Reconstruction and Development

IBRD

abbreviation for
(Banking & Finance) International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (the World Bank)
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Noun1.IBRD - a United Nations agency created to assist developing nations by loans guaranteed by member governments
UN agency, United Nations agency - an agency of the United Nations
Translations

IBRD

N ABBR =International Bank for Reconstruction and DevelopmentBIRD m
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As such, Fitch has downgraded and withdrawn the ratings on three classes of IBRD catastrophe-linked note issuances following discovery of the error in the application of criteria.
133 billion adequate to cover about 3 months of imports well above the threshold defined by the Bank for IBRD eligibility.
Rail Electrification, Signaling, Track Maintenance and Railway Video Surveillance System (estimated total cost US$154 million, 100% IBRD financing)
IBRD loans are publicly guaranteed debt extended by the World Bank Group at market rates.
The IBRD said that this was done to help it bolster its capital by an additional USD86.
A source close to the deal told Bloomberg today the IBRD was selling the five-year notes to yield 22 basis points over the asset swap rate, while the spread on the 10-year notes was 33 basis points.
Moody's maintains the following ratings on IBRD (World Bank)
The IBRD, which was established in 1944, aims to reduce poverty in
The "Oum Er Rbia" Sanitation project (569 million MAD supported by a US$43 million equivalent IBRD Loan) has two objective, the first is to increase access to sewerage services and reduce wastewater-related pollution in selected towns of the Oum Er Rbia river basin.
8 -- The World Bank (WB) has said that the economic recovery now underway has opened up the prospect for resumption of IBRD lending (resumption of policy loans) to Pakistan and the CPS envisages IBRD lending of up to $2 billion over the CPS period.
Currently Sri Lanka is drawing funds only from the International Development Association (IDA) of the World Bank and receives additional funding required for the major infrastructure development from the IBRD financing.
In the speeches by the heads of the IBRD and IMF, by the heads of key national delegations (the number such speeches should be reduced), and by the head of the host government these few subjects should be emphasized; they should be the heard of the matter.