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AcronymDefinition
IBRDInternational Bank for Reconstruction and Development
IBRDInternational Business Resource Desk (globalEDGE)
IBRDInternational Beacon Registration Database (distress beacons)
IBRDInternational Bike Route Directory (Cycle America)
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In addition, although these catastrophe-linked notes are not guaranteed by IBRD, they are directly issued by IBRD.
The IBRD has never had to resort to a call on capital.
The economic recovery now underway has opened up the prospect for resumption of IBRD lending to Pakistan and the CPS envisages IBRD lending of up to $2.
22) Emerging countries themselves are among the most outspoken objectors to a more aggressive IBRD human rights agenda,(23) holding that human rights criteria in the Bank's lending practice would merely serve as another lever for neocolonial influence via the organs of international finance.
IFC and IBRD helped Government to develop and implement a policy framework for attracting private investment.
With a reputation for imposing discipline on its borrowers, for cool-headed, unsentimental economic analysis, and with an unshakable AAA credit rating, the World Bank, particularly the IBRD, always had seemed the most prudent of financial institutions .
Its two arms - the IBRD and International Development Association (IDA) - give loans to governments.
The Finance Minister welcomed the plans of World Bank to draw up guidelines for IBRD financing.
Another $150 million loan was provided by the IBRD for development of horticulture.
Global Banking News-January 11, 2011--World Bank's IBRD plans FRN issuance(C)2011 ENPublishing - http://www.
Ali Fassi-Fihri, General Director of ONEP (National Water Supply Board) and Mrs FranE*oise Clottes, World Bank's Acting Country Director for the Maghreb countries signed today, in Rabat, in the presence of the concerned parties' representatives, the agreements for two IBRD loans for a cumulative amount of US$218 million equivalent to improve access to water supply and expand wastewater systems in Morocco.
As the institution made unprecedented commitments, with total FY09/10 Bank Group commitments at over $130 billion, the IBRD faced capital constraints, and shareholders agreed in April 2010 to the first major capital increase in 20 years.