Japan Bank for International Cooperation, known as JBIC and originally established as the Export Bank of Japan in 1950, is a policy-based financial institution wholly owned by the Government of Japan. It conducts lending, investment and guarantee operation with a mission of contributing to the sound development of Japan and the international economy and society.
(JBIC has 1 branch office in Japan (Osaka) and 16 Representative Offices globally.)
Capital: JPY 1,683.0bil (around USD 15.3bil)
Outstanding Loans, Equity Participations and Guarantees: JPY 14,657.4 billion (around USD 154.9bil)
[as of March 31, 2017]].
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