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Office of the Executive Director for Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Spain, and República Bolivariana de Venezuela

Costa RicaEl SalvadorGuatemalaHonduras      Nicaragua  Spain    Republica Bolivariana de Venezuela 



These constituency countries have played an important role since they joined the World Bank Group.  Their membership is as follows:


  • Costa Rica – January 8, 1946
  • El Salvador – March 14, 1946
  • Guatemala - December 28, 1945
  • Honduras - December 27, 1945
  • Mexico - December 31, 1945
  • Nicaragua - March 14, 1946
  • Spain - September 15, 1958
  • República Bolivariana de Venezuela - December 30, 1946

Along with the other members of the office, the Executive Director represents these countries in meetings at the World Bank and engages in direct consultations and negotiations with other Executive Officers in efforts to gain support for the World Bank's efforts in reducing poverty.

Marta Maria Garcia Jaurequi
Executive Director, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Spain, and República Bolivariana de Venezuela

Marta Garcia

Constituency News & Events

Aug 10, 2012World Bank Group Announces Jin-Yong Cai as New Executive Vice President and CEO of the International Finance Corporation (Press Release)
Jul 30, 2012Food Price Volatility a Growing Concern, World Bank Stands Ready to Respond (Press Release)
Jul 25, 2012Central America/Caribbean Can Reduce their Oil Dependency, Says WB Report (Press Release)
Jul 03, 2012World Bank Supports Armenia’s Tax Administration To Improve Business Climate And Competitiveness (Press Release)
Jul 03, 2012WBG Continued to Support Latin America and the Caribbean’s Resilience to Global Turmoil in 2012 (Press Release)

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