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DID YOU KNOW? - St. Lucia News Online

Did-You-Know-.311311 Did you know the Parliament building which houses the Government Treasury and the House of Assembly was erected in 1952-53 by the Colonial Development Corporation? Source: Historical Review of the Castries Municipality from 1785 to ...

Gambia: Seven Decades of Economic Development 1950 – 1959 (Part 1) - Jollofnews

After a hefty financial investment from the Colonial Development and Welfare funds, both projects, which were thought to be profitable ventures, turned out to be a disaster.The high sunk cost that followed the unsuccessful economic experiments of the ...

UK's 'development for profit' private equity arm set to grab £6 billion of aid funds - The Ecologist

Commonwealth Development Corporation Bill - Explanatory Notes, http://www.publications. parliament.uk/pa/bills/cbill/2016-2017/0093/ en/17093en03.htm. 6. CDC was previously known as the Commonwealth Development Corporation and before that: the Colonial ...

From aid agency to cash machine? - BBC News

The Colonial Development Corporation (CDC) was a proud creation of the post-war Attlee government 60 years ago to promote industry and agriculture in the poorest parts of the empire. But now there are fears since the partial privatisation of the one ...

CDC Group plc is a development finance institution owned by the UK government. The Department for International Development is responsible for CDC, with shareholder duties managed by the Shareholder Executive. It has an investment portfolio valued around £3.9 billion and since 2012 is focused on the emerging markets of South Asia and Africa.

CDC Group plc
Development finance institution
Industry Development finance institution
Founded 1948
Headquarters London, United Kingdom
Products Invests equity and debt directly and through funds.
Website www.cdcgroup.com

CDC Group plc (formerly the Commonwealth Development Corporation, and previous to that, the Colonial Development Corporation) is a development finance institution owned by the UK government. The Department for International Development is responsible for CDC, with shareholder duties managed by the Shareholder Executive. It has an investment portfolio valued around £3.9 billion and since 2012 is focused on the emerging markets of South Asia and Africa.