Ethiopia Gets U.S.$1.2 Billion in World Bank Funds
The bank has approved U.S.$1.2 billion from the International Development Association in support of the Government of Ethiopia's policies designed to accelerate economic growth and achieve its vision of becoming a lower-middle-income country.
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