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Development Banks

Development Banks

Development Banks

Mozambique is entertaining a proposal to establish a development finance institution (DFI), a public sector second-tier lender that could work with a number of lending agencies. What must policy makers keep in mind in evaluating the risks and benefits of a DFI? An overview of the purpose of DFIs and experience with them in developing countries can help answer this question.

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Development Banks and Mozambique

Is a Development Bank in Mozambique Really Necessary

Ag Credit

Financial Services in Mozambique

Export Finance Limitations in Mozambique

Development Banks Summary (Portuguese)

Development Banks and Mozambique (Radelet Brief)

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