IFC investment to boost Turkish farmers access to finance

A new targeted investment will help address the critical financing needs of Türkiye's micro, small, and medium enterprises in the agricultural sector, the International Finance Corporation (IFC) has said.

It will help in preserving jobs and aiding economic recovery, with a particular focus on earthquake-impacted areas, the IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, said in a statement.

Int’l funds ‘will be at your doorstep on May 15’

The Istanbul Finance Center (IFC) is an important project for the Turkish economy that will allow international funds to flow into the country, Environment, Urbanization and Climate Change Minister Murat Kurum has stated.

"The Istanbul Finance Center project will have a very important place in the future of the Turkish economy," Kurum said at a news conference at the IFC.

Five Оffers From International Companies For Sofia Airport Concession Tender Received

Five offers from international companies with extensive experience in the sector have been submitted for the concession of Sofia Airport. Currently, the commission conducts the procedure to verify that the applications submitted meet the requirements of the tender procedure.

IFC supports new tram line in Antalya in bid to strengthen public transport

The International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, has said it is helping finance a new tram line in Antalya, Turkey’s fifth-largest urban center, as part of an effort to help municipal authorities improve public transport and build a sustainable city.

World Bank's IFC invests in pharma firm to improve access to high-quality medicine in Turkey

The International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, has said it is providing a $25 million loan to Nobel İlaç, a leading pharmaceutical company in Turkey and the country's only net exporter in the sector, to help meet the growing demand for innovative, affordable, and high-quality medicine in Turkey.

International Finance Corporation launches bond program in Turkish Lira

The International Finance Corporation (IFC) said on June 22 it has introduced an innovative financial instrument to expand the availability of Turkish Lira financing for private enterprises in Turkey.

The IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, has become the first multilateral institution to issue lira-denominated discount notes.