The Third Development Project for Southern Italy will underpin the region's 12-year plan for economic development with $75 million additional funding.
The purpose of the third Cassa loan is to further assist the Republic of Italy in promoting the economic and social development of southern Italy and Sicily. It will fund seven industrial projects, one irrigation project, and three power projects. The goal is to increase agricultural and industrial production.
The profile contains project and financial information and lists of project documents and archival records.
Nov. 1, 1955
The report focuses on the Southern Italy Development Program and includes an interview with two Bank officials (30373751).
The memo reports on the status of questionnaires distributed to Italian power, irrigation, and private industry sectors (1854111).
Ambassador Brosio of Italy and Mr. Pick visit Messrs. Black and Garner to discuss the Bank's relations with Italy (1854111).
Equipment used during the general development project (1724402; Credit: The World Bank).
The Third Development Project for southern Italy will further support the region's 12-year plan for economic development (1724402; Credit: The World Bank).
Construction in progress on a site set up as part of the Power Agriculture and Industry Project (1724402; Credit: The World Bank).
The report reviews the Cassa program as of 1955.
The report describes and appraises the seven industrial, one irrigation, and three power projects for Italy.