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IFC led a consortium of financiers in Togo’s largest-ever private investment project, the Lomé Container Terminal (LCT), which will play a critical role in reducing costs and trade impediments and encouraging regional integration.
IFC has facilitated a $176 million financing package to Recaudo, which is expected to make public transit in Bogota more affordable and convenient.
IFC is supporting the development of a state of the art terminal at Zagreb International Airport that will boost the vital tourism industry and encourage economic growth.
IFC and the World Bank helped to create a public-private partnership to build a lankmark toll road in Senegal.
IFC advised the Jordanian government on a pioneering public-private partnership that led to the construction of the new terminal and the renovation of existing buildings at the Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) in Amman, Jordan.

IFC in Infrastructure


Modern infrastructure spurs economic growth, improves living standards, and can represent an opportunity to address emerging development challenges, including rapid urbanization and climate change.


It is also an area in which the private sector can make a significant contribution, providing essential services to large numbers of people, efficiently, affordably, and profitably. This is IFC’s focus: supporting private infrastructure projects whose innovative, high-impact business models can be widely replicated.


We help increase access to power, transport, and water by financing infrastructure projects and advising client governments on public-private partnerships. We mitigate risk and leverage specialized financial structuring and other capabilities. In FY13, our new commitments in this sector totaled $2.2 billion, or about 12 percent of commitments for IFC’s own account.



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