World Bank Plans 600 Mln Dollars in China Funding in 2007 – AFP

From AFP, via Yahoo Finance:

The International Finance Corporation , the World Bank ‘s private investment arm, expects to provide over 600 million dollars in funding for China in fiscal 2007, Chinese state media said Sunday.

This means China will maintain its position as the third-largest destination of investment from the IFC during the fiscal year ending June 30, the Xinhua news agency reported.

The final figure would be “similar” to that of fiscal 2006, when a total of 639 million dollars of IFC funds entered China, Xinhua said, citing the corporation’s executive vice president Lars Thunell. [Full Text]

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