The International Finance Corporation

The International Finance Corporation (IFC) was established in 1956 with the goal to promote sustainable private sector investment in developing countries. Private sector financing is IFC’s main activity, meaning IFC finances projects without sovereign guarantees and is a profit-oriented institution.

The IFC promotes private sector development primarily through financing private sector projects and companies located in the developing world and helping private companies in the developing countries mobilize financing in international financial markets.

The IFC produces publications such as Doing Business and IFC’s Annual Report which provide information about the private sector around the world, in particular in developing countries.
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