Global Development Finance 2008 (Complete Print Edition) by World Bank

By World Bank

International improvement Finance the realm Bank's annual document at the exterior financing of constructing nations offers tracking and research of improvement finance, deciding on key rising developments and coverage demanding situations in foreign monetary flows which are prone to have an effect on the expansion customers of constructing nations. As significant monetary associations presently realize losses from the U.S. subprime personal loan marketplace predicament and rebuild their stability sheets via a extra conservative method of lending and threat administration, the significant subject of this year's document stands out as the marketplace for foreign financial institution credits to constructing nations. it really is an essential source for governments, economists, traders, monetary specialists, lecturers, bankers, and the complete improvement neighborhood. quantity I: research and Outlook experiences fresh tendencies in monetary flows of constructing nations. quantity II: precis and state Tables comprises complete facts for 138 international locations, in addition to precis facts for areas and source of revenue teams. additionally to be had on CD-ROM, with greater than 2 hundred old time sequence signs from 1970 to 2007 and kingdom team estimates for 2008.

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5 .. .. 7 .. .. 1 10. 0 2001 2002 2003 2004 Debt forgiveness grants 13 (c) The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development / The World Bank 2005 2006 2007 Grants MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA (US$ million, unless otherwise indicated) 1990 1995 2000 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 1. SUMMARY DEBT DATA TOTAL DEBT STOCKS (EDT) Long-term debt (LDOD) Public and publicly guaranteed Private nonguaranteed Use of IMF credit Short-term debt of which interest arrears on LDOD Official creditors Private creditors Memorandum items Principal arrears on LDOD Official creditors Private creditors TOTAL DEBT FLOWS Disbursements Long-term debt IMF purchases Principal repayments Long-term debt IMF repurchases Net flows on debt of which short-term debt Interest payments (INT) Long-term debt IMF charges Short-term debt Net transfers on debt Total debt service paid (TDS) Long-term debt IMF repurchases and charges Short-term debt (interest only) 139,541 118,031 116,831 1,200 1,815 19,696 2,878 1,647 1,231 167,325 146,602 142,996 3,606 2,177 18,546 2,294 1,982 312 145,226 121,199 115,470 5,729 2,542 21,484 2,666 2,523 143 159,950 137,746 132,334 5,412 1,831 20,373 2,784 2,625 159 170,150 142,833 135,336 7,497 1,378 25,939 2,914 2,750 164 148,884 124,593 116,216 8,377 547 23,743 632 484 148 141,318 116,510 108,074 8,435 423 24,386 653 500 153 151,308 125,642 112,902 12,740 366 25,300 ..

72,504 92,262 -20,682 224,362 198,302 12,134 .. 222,110 .. 6. dollars .. 6 .. 1 .. 3 .. 7 7. 4 .. .. 8 .. .. 1 .. .. 9 10. 0 2001 2002 2003 2004 Debt forgiveness grants 10 (c) The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development / The World Bank 2005 2006 2007 Grants LATIN AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN (US$ million, unless otherwise indicated) 1990 1995 2000 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 1. SUMMARY DEBT DATA TOTAL DEBT STOCKS (EDT) Long-term debt (LDOD) Public and publicly guaranteed Private nonguaranteed Use of IMF credit Short-term debt of which interest arrears on LDOD Official creditors Private creditors Memorandum items Principal arrears on LDOD Official creditors Private creditors TOTAL DEBT FLOWS Disbursements Long-term debt IMF purchases Principal repayments Long-term debt IMF repurchases Net flows on debt of which short-term debt Interest payments (INT) Long-term debt IMF charges Short-term debt Net transfers on debt Total debt service paid (TDS) Long-term debt IMF repurchases and charges Short-term debt (interest only) 441,183 349,907 325,162 24,745 17,968 73,308 25,542 3,856 21,687 608,475 458,985 371,682 87,303 26,632 122,859 10,304 3,559 6,745 754,291 634,478 392,543 241,935 8,846 110,967 1,680 1,155 525 810,474 672,582 448,447 224,135 47,758 90,135 13,427 1,107 12,320 809,109 665,674 459,219 206,456 43,307 100,128 17,921 1,213 16,708 746,890 625,222 417,152 208,070 13,122 108,546 10,519 1,248 9,271 734,499 627,543 397,231 230,312 737 106,219 9,724 1,553 8,171 787,639 651,871 398,162 253,709 794 134,974 ..

The IMF and ADF are providing 100 percent stock cancellation on debts outstanding as of end-2004, while IDA will provide 100 percent stock cancellation on debts owed as of end-2003. The present value of debt for HIPCs provided in the GDF does not incorporate debt reduction under the MDRI and may include penalty charges. For post-completion point countries, pre-MDRI net present value is used since MDRI was introduced in 2006. PV for Mauritania accounts “passive debt” which had not been counted in the past as part of the government obligations.

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