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The proposed operation is a one - tranche Development Policy Loan (DPL), in the amount of US$150 million to the municipality of Manaus, in the State of Amazonas, Brazil and supports the progr am of the MM in areas of public sector management , education and urban transport and organization .
His Majesty King Abdullah II expressed his gratitude to Prime Minister Abe for Japan's assistance to Jordan, both past and present, including a Development Policy Loan of 12 billion Yen provided in March this year, and for its support towards Syrian refugees and host countries which have amounted to over US $400 million to date.
4 million within the Competitiveness Development Policy Loan of the World Bank, said the Ministry of Finance.
Countries such as Turkey and Mexico, where World Bank operations often covered several sectors with single development policy loans (DPLs) "tended to build incrementally on existing dialogue and were medium term in orientation rather than crisis related.
The World Bank said in a statement that Egypt has requested USD one billion in the form of a Development Policy Loan (DPL).
This loan builds on progress made under the World Bank's US$100 million fiscal and debt sustainability development policy loan approved in Jan.
Ekdawy adds that the Development Policy Loans of the World Bank are a form of funding that goes directly into the state budget, and hence expenditure cannot be tracked in a tangible project.
Details : The World Bank has approved two development policy loans of MAD 2.