Legal English Vocabulary: IBRD in Spanish
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IBRD in Global Commerce Policy
In this regard, ibrd is: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. The entries on trade policy in the Encyclopedia are here. One of the organizations established at the 1944 United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference held at Bretton Woods. The entries on trade policy are here. It is usually known as the World Bank. The entries on trade policy in the Encyclopedia are here. One of its main functions is to promote the development of economically less advanced member countries. The entries on trade policy are here. It does this through the financing of projects for which private capital is not available on reasonable terms. The entries on trade policy are here. It obtains most of its capital on international bond markets. The IBRD publishes annually the World Development Report which usually contains useful trade policy analysis. The entries on trade policy are here. Among its operating agencies are the International Development Association, International Finance Corporation and the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency. See also Bretton Woods Agreements, Foreign Investment Advisory Service, ICSID, high-income economies, lower middle- income economies, low-income economies, Poverty Reduction and Growth Facility, upper-middle-income economies and World Bank Guidelines on the Treatment of Foreign Direct Investment.
IBRDin the wold Encyclopedia
For an introductory overview on international trade policy, see this entry.
Notes and References
- Dictionary of Trade Policy, “IBRD” entry (OAS)
- World Bank
- Bank Regulation
- History of Banking
- Functions of the World Bank