04/30/2021 | Press release | Archived content
Veronica Ines Raffo, Liljana Sekerinska
(as of board presentation)
April 30, 2021
US$ 382.77 million
Ministry of Transport of Argentina
US$ 347.00 million
March 29, 2021
1. Total project cost includes funding from World Bank and non-bank sources in US$ millions. Active and Closed projects show current commitments. Proposed (pipeline) and dropped projects show the forecast amount. The commitment amount for projects in the pipeline is indicative and may be modified during the project preparation.
2. Borrower refers to the Borrower of a Loan or Recipient of a Grant.
3. 'Approval FY' is the World Bank's fiscal year in which the project was approved (or dropped if the status is dropped). The fiscal year is from July 1 - June 30. For example, July 1, 2020 - June 30, 2021 is FY21.
|International Bank For Reconstruction And Development||347.00|
|IBRD + IDA Commitment||347.00|
|Lending Instrument||Investment Project Financing|
|Total Project Cost**||382.77|
|Financier||Approval Date||Closing Date||Principal||Disbursed||Repayments||Interest, Charges & Fees|
|Period||Financier||Transaction Type||Amount (US$)|
*The financial data in this block are updated on a monthly basis. For more information on World Bank lending by country please visit the Country Lending Summaries.
** Principal refers to the original US dollar amount of the loan, credit, or grant that was committed and approved. Disbursements represent increases in the balance outstanding due to payments made to borrowers, as well as capitalized charges (such as loan origination fees on IBRD loans). Repayments refer to the total principal amount paid or prepaid to IBRD or IDA in US dollars, calculated at the exchange rate on the value date of the individual repayment. Repayments include payments made by borrowers, debt relief provided by IDA, and payments made by third parties on behalf of the borrowers. The disbursed amount less the repaid amount, for loans and credits, may not equal the loan or credit balance outstanding due to exchange rate movements.