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ADB agrees 3 loans worth $455m with Sri Lanka
17 January 2019

JICA agrees loan to finance Ivory Coast flyover projects
17 January 2019

Morocco starts RFQ process for seven PV projects
16 January 2019

EBRD agrees €15m loan to finance Albanian water supply project
16 January 2019

EIB sued over $69m biomass loan
15 January 2019

Amur GPP bank mandates by month-end
15 January 2019

EBRD: Catarina Bjorlin Hansen hired as Regional Director for the Caucasus
15 January 2019

AfDB to finance hydro power plants in Gabon
15 January 2019

EBRD helps finance extra generation at Talimarjan power plant
14 January 2019

EIB agrees €60m loan for brownfield revitalisation in Warsaw
14 January 2019

ADB to scale up lending to $4.5bn in 2019
14 January 2019

Trans Adriatic Pipeline completes €3.9bn project financing
11 January 2019

LatAm and Caribbean exports rise but at a slower rate
11 January 2019

LISEA refinancing reaches financial close
10 January 2019

Enlight lining up lenders for Kosovo wind
10 January 2019

IADB launches $3.25bn five-year global bond
10 January 2019

AfDB approves investment in renewable energy projects platform
10 January 2019

World Bank to lend $100m for Sindh energy project
10 January 2019

JBIC supports Toyota Tsusho's Namibe Bay project in Angola
10 January 2019

Burkina Faso seeks developers for 30MW of solar capacity
10 January 2019

EIB and Garanti Bank join forces to support businesses run by women
10 January 2019

EIB issues its first five-year Global of 2019 with a $4bn issue
10 January 2019

Belt and Road is more chaos than conspiracy
9 January 2019

Is it time to give up on the World Bank?
9 January 2019

AfDB and EBRD to upgrade sanitation infrastructure in Tunisia
9 January 2019

AIIB sets up $500m fund to invest in infrastructure corporate bonds
9 January 2019

AfDB approves $14m to support Nigeria’s membership in ATI
8 January 2019

China and US battle for African infrastructure
8 January 2019

BNDES to return $27bn to Treasury this year
8 January 2019

BNDES agrees $484m loan for ethanol pipeline expansion
8 January 2019

Jim Yong Kim steps down as World Bank president
8 January 2019

EBRD agrees €25m loan to Bulgarian copper producer Sofia Med
7 January 2019

Tata Cleantech Capital raises Rs180 crore via maiden green bond
7 January 2019

Crédit Agricole CIB closes first green loan in China for EDF Lingbao
7 January 2019

EBRD issues debut €600m 5-year Global Green Bond
7 January 2019

EBRD helps finance solar power plant in Macedonia
7 January 2019

ADB provides $107m to Pakistan for water resource development in Balochistan
7 January 2019

CEB awards Sri Lanka's first large-scale wind project
4 January 2019

Bangladesh signs PPP contract for Dhaka bypass
4 January 2019

JERA joins Taiwan, UK offshore wind projects
3 January 2019

Al Dur Power and Water in $1.3bn refinancing

South Korea inks deal to join CABEI
2 January 2019

KfW IPEX, EDC, MUFG finance four power grid projects in Chile
2 January 2019

Afreximbank, Securiport sign Juba Airport upgrade financing deal
2 January 2019

EBRD and FMO support Scatec Solar in Ukraine
2 January 2019

Ellomay secures €177m for Talasol solar project
21 December 2018

MIGA backs glass tableware manufacturing in Egypt
21 December 2018

Gulf Sriracha IPP: Long tenor, tight pricing and Thai debt
Gulf Sriracha IPP: Long tenor, tight pricing and Thai debt
Ross Crear
21 December 2018

Sponsors of the $1.54 billion gas-fired Gulf Sriracha IPP project in Thailand – Gulf Energy Development and Mitsui – have closed a tightly priced DFI/ECA-backed financing to fund the scheme. And the dual-currency deal is set to serve as a blueprint for future IPP financings in the southeast Asian country.

IADB appoints Brian O’Neill Executive Vice President
21 December 2018

Is the new US development finance agency taking a knife to a gunfight?
Is the new US development finance agency taking a knife to a gunfight?
Oliver Gordon
20 December 2018

The IDFC — which could eventually incorporate US Exim — will see the US try to take on the Chinese development banks at their own game. TXF asks how that will play out both in terms of feasibility and the wider impact on development as a tool of foreign policy.