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Philippines - Industrial Investment Credit Project (English)

The project aims to: (a) fill the gap in the supply of term credit to medium and large industrial enterprises; (b) improve credit delivery for industry; (c) broaden the financial services available to enterprises; (d) help promote development of the capital market; (e) support and develop capabilities to conduct analytical and policy-oriented studies on industrial subsectors; and (f) assist the Government in identifying the appropriate policy and institutional framework which could lead them to become internationally competitive and efficient. The project has the following components: (a) a line of credit for equipment and working capital financing, lease financing, and financing of equity and quasi-equity investments; and (b) studies, training, and technical assistance related to subsectoral industrial restructuring.


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    East Asia and Pacific,

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    Philippines - Industrial Investment Credit Project

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Philippines - Industrial Investment Credit Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.