INTERNATIONAL LOANS

INTERNATIONAL LOANS

ALGERIA - $26 million from the World Bank for technical assistance to help the government carry out economic reforms. A 15-year loan, at variable interest, now 7.75 percent a year.

BANGLADESH - $53.9 million from the World Bank's International Development Association to improve irrigation, drainage and flood control systems. A 40- year loan, interest-free.BRAZIL - $117 million from the World Bank for a national environmental control program. A 15-year loan, at variable interest, now 7.75 percent annually.

$2 million from the Inter-American Development Corp. for CRP- Capital de Risco SA, Porto Alegre, a new venture capital firm.

CHINA - $60 million from the International Development Association to improve agricultural output in Jiangxi province. A 35-year loan, interest free.

INDIA - $88 million, comprising $13 million from the World Bank and $75 million from the International Development Association, for environmental management and farm technology. The World Bank loan is for 20 years, at variable interest, now 7.75 percent, and the association loan is for 35 years, interest-free.

JAMAICA - $25 million from the World Bank for agricultural policy reforms. A 17-year loan, at variable interest, now 7.75 percent a year.

TANZANIA - $37 million from the International Development Association to expand and improve Dar es Salaam port. A 40-year loan, interest-free.