- Finance alternatives: Try gov't consortiums. // Crain's Chicago Business;11/20/95, Vol. 18 Issue 47, p17
Focuses multilateral development banks as an alternative source of funds. Criteria selection; Contact information.
- Bank projects overseas offer untapped sales. Levey, J. David // Crain's Cleveland Business;09/08/97, Vol. 18 Issue 36, p24
Examines the role on multilateral development banks in developing countries. Inclusions of such banks listed; Services offered by the banks; Detailed information on projects of the multilateral development bank.
- Alternative financing techniques in trade with Sub-Saharan... Mitchell, Paula // Business America;Jan/Feb97, Vol. 118 Issue 1/2, p29
States that lending from multilateral development banks such as the World Bank has become increasingly tied to reform programs for most countries of Sub-Saharan Africa. Alternative and creative financing techniques; Counter-trade; Forfait Financing; Finance Leasing; Others.
- Development bank financing takes a dive. Olivas, Mireya // Business Mexico;Sep1996, Vol. 6 Issue 9, p19
Reports on a drop in development bank financing in Mexico due to the problems that low lending rates brought to government banks. Reliance on collateral in credit evaluation; Lending programs of the Nacional Financiera and the Banco Nacional de Comercio Exterior; Credit crunch experienced by...
- Public risk, private profit. Hildyard, Nicholas // Ecologist;Jul/Aug96, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p176
Reports that multilateral development banks are increasingly moving into the private sector, instead of funding projects through the state. Consequences of the `privatization' of development; Rise of `corporate welfare' programs; Circumvention of the original objectives of the World Bank and...
- Multilateral finance. Lanchner, David; Thurston, Charles // Global Finance;Sep97, Vol. 11 Issue 9, p69
Discusses the multilateral finance for different industries in several countries. Includes Eastern European countries; Latin American countries.
- The BRICS nations have agreed on the structure of a US$50 billion development bank. // African Business News;7/16/2014, p19
The article announces the agreement of the five BRICS nations for the $50 billion development bank granting China as its headquarters and India as its first rotating presidency.
- Governance as Multilateral Development Bank Policy: The Cases of the African Development Bank and the Asian Development Bank. Boas, Morten // European Journal of Development Research;Dec98, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p117
Focuses on issues related to the interaction between the governance in Multilateral Development Banks. Assessment of the state-civil society relationship using examples of African Development Bank (AfDB) and Asian Development Bank (ADB); Different interpretations of civil society; Functions of...
- Book reviews. Murinde, Victor // African Affairs;Apr97, Vol. 96 Issue 383, p287
Reviews the book `The Multilateral Development Banks Volume 1: The African Development Bank,' by E. Philip English and Harris M. Mule.
- Asian countries push for increased control of Asian Development Bank. Kohn, Bruce // Asian Business Review;Jun95, p27
Reports on efforts by Asian countries to gain more control in the Asian Development Bank, as manifested during the bank's 28th annual conference in Auckland, N.Z. Criticism of American soft loan policy; South Korea's plan to increase the level of its contribution to the Asian Development Fund;...