ADB raises $4 billion via bonds to help nations fight coronavirus

Topics Coronavirus | ADB | Lockdown


The Asian Development Bank (ADB) said on Wednesday it had raised $4 billion through the sale of US dollar bonds to beef up its capital and provide more assistance to countries impacted by the pandemic.

The Manila-based lender has tripled the size of its rescue package to $20 billion to help developing countries in Asia counter the severe macroeconomic and health effects of the coronavirus pandemic. "This gives us the resources to continue to provide much needed assistance to the Asia and Pacific region, particularly during.....

This article is no longer available in our repository.

There could be multiple reasons for this.