Islamic Development Bank

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Islamic Development Bank
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Abbreviation IDB
Motto Together We Build A Better Future[1]
Formation 1975 (1975)
Type Development bank
56 countries
Key people
Ahmad Mohamed Ali Al-Madani, President
Website Official website

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