IFC to invest $2bn in Bangladesh in next 2yrs
Published : 24 Apr 2017, 13:24
The International Finance Corporation (IFC), a sister concern of the World Bank, will invest US$2 billion in Bangladesh in next two years, said Finance Minister AMA Muhith.
Emerging from a meeting with IFC Chief Executive Officer Philippe Le Houerou, Minister Muhith informed this to reporters at Washington yesterday, reports our staff correspondent.
The organisation is planning to invest $600 million in Bangladesh this year, the minister said adding that it is also planning to invest in Bangladesh’s agriculture and power sectors.
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