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5 Nov 2016

"Outsourcing Development: Lifting the Veil on the World Bank Group’s Lending Through Financial Intermediaries"

In October 2016, Inclusive Development International published a report linking International Finance Corporation projects to human rights and climate change impacts: "Outsourcing Development".  

As the introduction states:

"...The investigation tackled only a small portion of the IFC’s extensive financial-sector portfolio. Yet the results were shocking. The IFC is funneling billions of dollars into some of most notorious companies and projects in the world. The problem is systemic, and not limited to just a few cases..."

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited the IFC to respond - access its response here.  

The report refers to many cases and companies. If any company wishes to provide a response to any of the cases mentioned, they are welcome to do so. Please send your statements to maeda[at]business-humanrights.org

Previously, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre has received responses from the following companies regarding cases mentioned in the report:

See also:


International Finance Corporation Antwort anzeigen