PIDG starts to see fruits of restructuring

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Issue 388 - 14 Mar 2019 | 6 minute read
The Private Infrastructure Development Group (PIDG) has launched a new five-year strategy with the goal of building on a governance restructuring carried out in early 2018. PIDG is one of the most active development finance institutions working in challenging countries and with new technologies and business models. Implementation of the strategy will be bolstered by additional commitments announced last year of £500m ($655m) from the UK and $100m from the Netherlands over a four-year period.

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