In the last decade, CABEI has approved more than US$2 billion for projects related to regional integration.


The Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI) commemorates Central American Integration Day with the integratio-nist vision that gave it life more than six deca-des ago, which has involved the identification, study, promotion and financing of various initiatives that, in the last ten years, have totaled US$2,052.5 million, addressing one of the five priority areas in its 2020-2024 Institutional Strategy: Regional Integration.

"We commemorate this day with great challen-ges ahead of us, but we are enthusiastic that as the Bank of integration we are advancing along the right path, promoting the region as an integrated market and developing capacities in Central Americans that will provide them with better and greater opportunities to compete in world markets," highlighted CABEI Executive President, Dr. Mossi, in one of his speeches.

In this line, US$316.7 million were approved in 2021 alone, resources that allow the develop-ment of large-scale and relevant projects in sectors such as health, education, railways, culture, integrated solid waste management, natural gas, among others.

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