World Bank Backs Guatemala Tourism, Agribusiness Development

The World Bank is investing $32 million in a project that aims to improve the productivity of micro, small and medium-sized enterprises involved in Guatemala’s tourism and agribusiness sectors.

The project has three components: improving support services and the investment climate for MSMEs, creating more productive value chains, and enhancing project management and monitoring, according to the bank.

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