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

 

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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.

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Juan José Bravo Moisés
Executive Director, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Spain, and República Bolivariana de Venezuela
 

 

Constituency News & Events

Mar 26, 2013WB Will Continue to Support Modernization of Land Property Administration in Nicaragua (Press Release)
Mar 06, 2013Statement from World Bank Group President on Passing of Hugo Chavez (Press Release)
Jan 15, 2013WB urges developing countries to safeguard economic growth, as road ahead remains bumpy (Press Release)
Dec 18, 2012South East Europe Economy Shrinks in 2012, Faces Risks in 2013 (Press Release)
Dec 13, 2012WB/Honduras: Nearly 1.5 Million People to Benefit from Increased Security and Reduced Disaster Risk (Press Release)
  
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