Interactive: IDB project pipeline May-August 2018

Inter-American Development Bank President Luis Alberto Moreno at the inauguration of the tunnel that connects the towns of Cacheuta with Potrerillos in Argentina. Photo by: IDB

Sixty-one new projects worth nearly $6.2 billion entered the Inter-American Development Bank’s pipeline between May-August 2018. 

This data details possible upcoming projects yet to be approved by the bank’s board of directors. The IDB pipeline expanded quickly over the second-third of this year, from 66 projects in May to 94 projects in August. Funding hit a peak of $10.7 billion in July as it went from $6.7 billion in May to $10.1 billion in August.

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