U.S. DFC Identifies Priorities, Commitments In First Development Strategy

Devex: DFC identifies its priorities in first development strategy
“The U.S. International Development Finance Corporation released its development policy Thursday — a document that identifies priority sectors and a set of commitments on development outputs. The strategy will guide DFC’s work through 2025, though it may adapt and change over time, and outlines targets for how DFC aims to invest $25 billion and mobilize about $50 billion from the private sector…” (Saldinger, 10/16).

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