The Caribbean Development Bank is a regional financial institution established in 1970 for the purpose of contributing to the harmonious economic growth and development of member countries. The Bank’s founding president was noted economist and Nobel Laureate, Sir Arthur Lewis. There are nineteen regional borrowing member countries – including Guyana and Suriname; four regional non-borrowing member countries – Brazil, Colombia, Mexico and Venezuela; and five non-regional non borrowing members - Canada, China, Germany, Italy, and the UK.
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