Includes how major projects are financed and gives examples where relevant. Explains activities of the multilateral development banks in and other aid-funded projects where procurement is open to U.S. bidders.
Last Published: 3/30/2019

Financing for large projects is almost exclusively sourced from outside Liberia. Many large-scale projects, such as road construction and paving, are funded by international donors, including the United States, the World Bank, the IMF, the EU, the African Development Bank, the government of China, and the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA). Procurements for these projects are opened to U.S. bidders through international competitive bids (ICB). 

Multilateral Development Banks:

The Commercial Service maintains Commercial Liaison Offices in each of the main multilateral development banks, including the African Development Bank and the World Bank.  These institutions lend billions of dollars in developing countries for projects aimed at accelerating economic growth and social development by reducing poverty and inequality, improving health and education, and advancing infrastructure development.  The Commercial Liaison Offices help American businesses learn how to get involved in bank-funded projects and advocate on behalf of American bidders.  Learn more by contacting the Commercial Liaison Offices to the African Development Bank (http://www.export.gov/afdb) and the World Bank (http://export.gov/worldbank).

List of Multilateral Development Banks:

 

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