The second Cassa loan will continue supplying foreign exchange requirements in support of southern Italy's development.
The purpose of the second Cassa loan is to further assist the Cassa per il Mezzogiorno and the Republic of Italy in promoting the economic and social development of southern Italy by supplying part of the necessary foreign exchange requirements. The loan also makes available the lira equivalent of $l0 million to be used for a supplementary project or projects to contribute to the development of the south.
The profile contains project and financial information and lists of project documents and archival records.
President Black assures Minister Campilli regarding the timing of the signing of the second ploan of $10 million dollars to the Cassa per il Mezzogiorno (1854087).
The memo contains information on the proposed second loan to Italy, emphasizing the difference between the first and the proposed loan (1854087).
The Committee studies the proposal that the Bank grant a second loan to the Cassa per il Mezzogiorno to Italy and approves the plan to finance this loan (1854087).
One of the industrial sites being developed in southern Italy (1724401; Credit: The World Bank).
Vice President Garner and His Excellency the Ambassador of Italy sign the loan for the General Development project (1724401; Credit: The World Bank).
The report summarizes progress on the Cassa Plan in Italy from Nov. 1950 to Sept. 1953 and gives an appraisal of the 1953 situation.
The minutes of the Board meeting include the resolution granting the loan to the Cassa per il Mezzogiorno.
On pages 16-23 of the transcript, Cope discusses the loan to Italy.
On pages 36-37 of the transcript, Sommers discusses the loan to Italy.