At an estimated cost of about $38 million, provided by the Central American Bank for Economic Integration, works will be carried out on 50 miles of this road.
What does CABEI stand for?
CABEI stands for Central American Bank for Economic Integration (Costa Rica)
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- Constance Academy of Business Ethics (Germany)
- Coquitlam Alternate Basic Education (British Columbia, Canada)
- Chattanooga American Business Ethics Award
- Capacity Building for Electronic Communication in Africa (University of Pennsylvania)
- Center for Astrobiology and Early Evolution (est. 1999; University of Washington)
- Consortia of American Businesses in Eastern Europe
- Central American Bank of Economic Integration
- Center for Applied Behavioral and Evaluation Research
- Concerted Action on Brownfield and Economic Regeneration Network (University of Nottingham; UK)
- ESPRIT Network of Excellence in distributed computing systems architectures
- CA (Certification Authority)/Browser Forum
- Canadian Association for Baptist Freedoms (fellowship)
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- Child & Adolescent Bipolar Foundation
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI) issues virtually conditions-free loans at competitive rates and is not the region's largest lender.
Funding could come from the Central American Bank for Economic Integration, as well as from the OAS, Honduras and Nicaragua themselves, and other OAS member or observer countries.
The United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and The Caribbean (ECLAC) presented the current structure of the sector in the region, while the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (BCIE) provided information on the lines of credit available to finance trade.