CABEI - Central American Bank for Economic Integration
           
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  • Programas de intermediación financiera que incentivan el crecimiento y desarrollo de los negocios.
  • Canalizador de recursos e iniciativas que permiten la adaptación y mitigación al cambio climático.
  • Fortalecimiento de la infraestructura de los países miembros y fomento del comercio intrarregional.
  • Programas y proyectos enfocados en la reducción de la pobreza y desigualdad.

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S&P, the upgrade in CABEI's credit rating incorporates key developments following the amendments to CABEI's Constitutive Agreement
CABEI: One step away from having the best credit rating in Latin America

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Standard & Poor's raises CABEI's credit rating to 'A+' and assigns a new Positive Outlook on it,...[more]


CABEI is a more financially solid and stronger regional development bank, which has evolved to serving all Central American countries.
CABEI, a more solid and stronger regional development bank for the promotion of the region

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As the region's financial agent, CABEI has contributed to the fulfilment of the development plans...[more]


As the financial arm of SICA, CABEI is convinced that the bulwark of the markets lies in integration, strategic complementarity and the creation of synergies as an economic bloc.
CABEI promotes trade facilitation and investment promotion in the SICA region

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CABEI dedicates its efforts to supporting sectors such as productive infrastructure, renewable...[more]


The organization has programs that provide attention to MSMEs sectors related to the impact of climate phenomena, agribusiness, biodiversity, factoring and energy.
CABEI has an impact on MSMEs in renewable energy and agriculture

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Agency disburses $75 million for small businesses.[more]


The childcare centers are aimed at working mothers who are heads of household and who cannot care for or take their children with them to do their work.
Comprehensive assistance and education for children of working mothers in Tegucigalpa

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With an investment of 38.8 million lempiras, Honduras' Debt Swap Program with Spain supports...[more]