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El Salvador to Get $200 Million IDB Loan for Climate Change

March 13, 2012

El Salvador will receive a $200 million loan from the Inter-American Development Bank to improve tax collection and address the impact of climate change.

The 20-year loan from the Washington-based lender carries a variable interest rate based on the London interbank offered rate and comes with a five-year grace period, the IDB said in a statement today.

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