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Globoempresa SL - asistencia técnica More than twenty years in the design of internationalization processes
 
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Globoempresa provides technical assistance to companies willing to participate in tenders held by the Multilateral Financial Institutions. Multilateral Agencies are financed by funds from developed countries, known as donors, and introduce measures aimed to support projects in the poorest countries. Moreover, bilateral cooperation agencies are institutions of each country, which manage the national policy of cooperation with foreign countries. Bilateral institutions also have projects in which private enterprise plays an important role.


INTER-AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK



www.iadb.org

Founded in 1959, the IDB is the largest source of financing for development in Latin America and the Caribbean.

  WORLD BANK


www.worldbank.org 

The World Bank is an international organization created to fight against world poverty and support economic growth.

  CORPORACIÓN ANDINA
DE FOMENTO (CAF)


www.caf.com

CAF is a development bank established in 1970 and currently participated by 18 countries in Latin America, the Caribbean and Europe, as well as 14 private banks in the Andean region.

         
BANCO CENTROAMERICANO DE INTEGRACIÓN ECONÓMICA (BCIE)


www.bcie.org 

Multilateral bank whose mission is to promote economic integration and balanced economic and social development of Central American countries (Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua and Costa Rica). 

  EUROPEAN BANK FOR RECONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT (EBRD)


www.ebrd.com

Financial institution founded in 1990 with the aim to promote the transition to a market economy in Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia and North Africa.

  EUROPEAN INVESTMENT BANK (EIB)


www.eib.org 

Community Financial Institution of the European Union (EU), formed by the contributions of its 27 member states, which objective is to contribute to the balanced development of the EU through economic integration and social cohesion.

         
ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK (ADB)


www.adb.org

Financial organization for the economic development of Asia and the Pacific, whose main objective is the eradication of poverty and providing support to improve the standard of living of the population of the region, through loans and technical collaboration.

  AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK (ADB)


www.afdb.org

Multinational development bank established in 1964, formed by 53 African countries and funded by 24 European, American and Asian countries. The ADB is responsible for promoting economic development and social progress of African countries.

  EU COOPERATION - EUROPEAID


ec.europa.eu/europeaid/

EuropeAid Cooperation Service's mission is to implement the external aid instruments of the European Commission, which are funded by the budget of the Community and the European Development Fund.

         
UNITED NATIONS

 

www.un.org

The United Nations Organization (UN) is the largest existing international organization. Is defined as an association of global governance that facilitates cooperation on issues such as international law, peace and international security, economic and social development, humanitarian affairs and human rights.