IFC Record Investment in Brazil to Support Private Sector Development
São Paulo, Brazil, August 31, 2022 – IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, has earmarked a record $4.387 billion to support private sector development in Brazil in fiscal year 2022 (July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022). The projects aim to address the country's main development challenges by increasing competitiveness, productivity and connectivity, as well as improving infrastructure and ...
Reforms Drive Global Investment in Brazil’s Roads
The Sao Paulo PPP demonstrates the potential of leveraging private sector investment and helping to optimize public resources. The project, as structured, is helping transform the sector in fiscally, environmentally, and socially sustainable ways, crowding in private sector financing and management solutions.
IFC to Support Brazil’s Climate Goals by Promoting Green Investments in ...
São Paulo, Brazil, July 1st, 2021—A new investment will help tackle climate change in Brazil while promoting renewable energy and biofuels. IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, is investing $100 million in São Martinho, a leading sugar and ethanol company in the country, to support green investments in the agribusiness sector, contribute ...
IFC's Super Green Loan to Improve and Expand Access to Reliable Power ...
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IFC’s Green Bond to Itaú to Boost Climate-Smart Transportation in Brazil
Sao Paulo, Brazil, April 13 th, 2022 —IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, ... IFC's support will promote clean transportation financing to influence the Brazilian banking sector to grow their credit portfolio in the climate-smart vehicle segment, contributing to Brazil's long-term vision of a low-carbon future and the diversification of ...
IFC Helps Improve Water Supply Efficiency and Resilience in Brazil
IFC is a leader in the water and sanitation sector in emerging markets across the globe. This project is part of IFC's Cities Initiative, which combines investment and advisory services to help municipal authorities build climate-resilient, inclusive and sustainable cities. Since 2004, IFC has invested and mobilized over US$9 billion in more ...
TechEmerge Brazil Selects 21 Innovators to Implement Pilots at Country ...
TechEmerge Brazil Selects 21 Innovators to Implement Pilots at Country’s Largest Healthcare Institutions. Sao Paulo, December 14, ... is the world’s largest development institution focusing on the private sector in emerging markets. Working with over 2000 companies worldwide, we use our capital, expertise and influence to create markets and ...
IFC Lends $40 Million to Support Cibra’s Growth and the Climate-Smart ...
Cibra is the fifth largest fertilizer company in Brazil, with a market share of around 4%. It operates eight production, mixing and storage facilities in the country, with a productive capacity of about 1.7 million tons of fertilizers.
IFC MAKES FIRST HEALTHCARE INVESTMENT IN BRAZIL
WASHINGTON, D.C., March 19, 1999 — The International Finance Corporation is making its first investment in Brazil's healthcare industry in a project that will enable healthcare providers and financiers – such as hospitals and insurance companies – to offer better quality and more efficient services to patients throughout the country.
IFC Invests $40 Million in Brazil's Port Sector
An annual capacity of 140,000 container moves and 500,000 tons of steel cargo is expected by the end of 2001, gradually increasing to about 350,000 container moves and 720,000 tons of steel cargo by the end of 2005. The cost of the project is estimated to be up to $140 million.