IFC to invest €10m in North African SME fund

The International Finance Corporation (IFC), member of the World Bank Group, has pledged to invest € 10million (US$ 13million) in a fund dedicated to helping small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in North Africa.

The Capital North Africa Venture Fund II

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