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World Bank to Give India $411.7 Million for Projects


Reuters (06/16/99)

The World Bank has announced plans to supply India with $411.7 million to help fund HIV/AIDS and other projects. The bank will give India $191 million in credit for the second part of its HIV/AIDS project, and India will cover the rest of the funding for the $229 million project. The remainder of the funds will go to a watershed development project in the Himalayan foothills and an education project in Rajasthan.


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