International Bank for Reconstruction and Development

(IRBD, WORLD BANK)
 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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