International Bank for Reconstruction and Development

 Created at BRETTON WOODS in 1944, the World Bank financed the reconstruction of Europe and Asia after World War II. World Bank loans, a major source of financing for global economic development, have recently been criticized for over emphasis on large-scale projects and lack of sensitivity to cultural and environmental impacts.

American business jargon. 2014.

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