MDBS

AcronymDefinition
MDBSMulti Data Base System
MDBSMobile Data Base System
MDBSManaged Data Base Service
MDBSMulti Donor Budget Support (Ghana)
MDBSMultidatabase System
MDBSMobile Data Base Station
MDBSMedical Devices and Biosensors (International Summer School and Symposium)
MDBSMississippi Delta Blues Society (Bena, MS)
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Turkey is unusual in attracting funding from several MDBs due to its location, strategic importance and large economy.
For the Philippines, MDBs provided total financing of $1.967 billion in climate financing from 2015 up to 2018.
There is a whole raft of MDBs, including the World Bank and the regional development banks (the Inter-American Development Bank, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the African Development Bank, the Asian Development Bank, and the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, which all have a regional focus in terms of where they invest).
Multilateral Development Banks (most commonly referred to as MDBs) were created around 70 years ago to spur the sustainable development of their member countries.
The high ratings assigned to all three MDBs reflect their strong solvency due to their robust capital bases and overall limited risk profile.
'The MDBs will continue to develop their role as a bridge between the public and private sectors and address the challenges of achieving comprehensive infrastructure solutions and proactively and positively engage with the public and private sectors to provide advisory services and financial support,' the outcome statement read.
MDBs that focus on the private sector tend to have riskier operating profiles than other MDBs and equity investments can be more volatile than lending.
The agreement highlighted the MDBs' preparedness to cooperate with the Belt and Road Initiative, in the context of each MDB's respective country and subregional partnership strategies and programs.
Here, MDBs can play an essential role, given that the private sector and national governments often shy away from such investment.
To that end, in 2015, the World Bank and other MDBs launched a strategy to increase development financing "from billions to trillions," by using public finance to "crowd in" private investment, especially from large investors like pension and insurance funds.
This article asserts that borrower-dominated MDBs are more likely to be (though not alone in) engaging in lending practices that constitute South-South Cooperation.