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How does the International Finance corporation workIFC promotes sustainable private sector development in developing countries. We are promoting economic development in particular that encourage the growth of production and the formation of efficient capital markets in member countries.
Our investment in companies and financial institutions in emerging markets creates new jobs, strengthen the economy and lead to increased tax revenues. We are also confident that economic growth can be sustained only if that does not cause damage to the environment and the social sector, and increasing the quality of life of people in the developing world.
In which regions of the world, activities IFC
IFC invests in businesses controlled shares which belong to the private sector in most developing countries in the world. In the 2005 fiscal year, IFC has implemented investments in 236 projects in 67 countries in all developing regions:
Currently, IFC is providing five strategic priorities in order to ensure the greatest impact of their efforts in the area of sustainable development:
more attention to the markets with a heightened level of risk, particularly
in terms of increasing support small and medium-sized enterprises;
IFC offers its customers a broad range of financial products and services, and continues to develop new financial instruments that help companies manage risk and obtain access to the international and domestic capital markets.
Technical assistance and advisory services
IFC offers a wide range of technical and advisory services, which are designed to support private sector development in developing countries.