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Enterprise Development Network (EDN)

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Overseas Private Investment Corporation

The Enterprise Development Network (EDN) is a strategic alliance among public and private sector organizations that was established with the assistance of OPIC. Through a growing network of organizations around the world, EDN is designed to bring together the vast resources essential to attract capital (debt & equity) and political risk insurance for small- and medium-sized enterprises pursuing business opportunities in developing countries.

Learn More: http://www.opic.gov/what-we-offer/enterprise-development-network http://ednaccess.com/

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