Oct. 13 (Bloomberg) -- The Islamic Development Bank will lend Mali 11.3 million euros ($15.5 million) for projects including road drainage and improving drinking-water supplies, the West African nation’s government said.
The loan from the Jeddah, Saudi Arabia-based bank includes about 8 million euros to build nearly 1,500 housing units in Bamako, the capital, according to the administration’s statement e-mailed yesterday.
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