World Bank to lend Jamaica US$510m

Jamaica is set to receive US$510 million from the World Bank after its Board of  Executive Directors endorsed the new Country Partnership Strategy for 2014 to 2017 on Tuesday.
It focuses on creating the conditions for growth.
The strategy proposes a lending program which is part of  a comprehensive package of  reforms led by the Jamaican Government with the support of  the international community including the IMF's Extended Fund Facility and the Inter-American Development Bank’s program. 


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