IFC’s strategy in Chile focuses on fostering greater entrepreneurship and investing in companies that are developing innovative business models. It also aims to increase investment in sectors such astertiary education and vocational training, infrastructure, renewable energy, and financial services. Since Chile became a member of IFC in 1957, IFC has invested $3.0 billion in the country’s private sector, including $1.4 billion in mobilization.*
We also support Chilean companies in expanding their operations and investments to neighboring andother developing countries.
*As of October 1, 2013
Salem Rohana Country Manager
Bouchard 557 piso 11
Buenos Aires (1106), Argentina