(Antigua Observer) WASHINGTON, US– Suriname will get a US$100 million loan from the Inter American Development Bank (IDB) to improve the effectiveness of financial institutions and markets and provide greater access to credit and financial services to firms and individuals.

The IDB said that the Dutch-speaking Caribbean Community (CARICOM) country is improving its financial sector by strengthening the effectiveness of financial institutions and markets efficiency, with a US$50 million loan approved by the bank and US$50 million from the China Co-financing Fund for LAC (CHC).

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