5 edition of Long-Term Debt Sustainability in Low-Income Countries: The HIPC Initiative Revisited found in the catalog.
by Commonwealth Secretariat
Written in English
|Contributions||Njuguna S. Ndungu (Editor), Abbas Berya (Editor), Matthew Odedokun (Editor), H. K. R. Amani (Editor), Anna Msutze (Editor), Dinesh Dodhia (Editor), Andreas Antoniou (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||144|
International Monetary Fund and World Bank (a). Initiative for Heavily Indebted Poor Countries – Status of Implementation. Washington, DC, IMF and World Bank, 24 September. International Monetary Fund and World Bank (b). The Enhanced HIPC Initiative and the Achievement of Long-Term External Debt Sustainability. B. Short-term debt has maturity of less than 12 months. Sample includes 24 countries. includes 29 low-income countries, defined as countries with a GNI per capita of $1, or less in tive debt relief since , as a share of total debt in , when the HIPC initiative began. Click here to download data and Size: 11MB.
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Long-Term Debt Sustainability in Low-Income Countries; The Hipc Initiative Revisited (Economic Paper Series, Band 61) | Berya, Abbas, Antoniou, Andreas, Ndungu Format: Taschenbuch. HIPC In the IMF and the World Bank launched an initiative aimed at reducing the debt burden for some 41 heavily indebted poor countries (HIPC), whose total debts amount to about 10% of the Third World Debt. The list includes 33 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa.
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Long-Term Debt Sustainability in Low-Income Countries: The HIPC Initiative Revisited Economic Paper 61 (Economic Paper Series) by Njuguna S, and Odedokun, Matthew, and Amani, H K R Ndungu ISBN ISBN The HIPC Initiative sustainability framework focuses on the stock con- potentially large difference between the nominal debt stock (book value) Debt Sustainability for Low-Income Countries Long-Term Debt Sustainability in Low-Income Countries: The HIPC Initiative Revisited (Economic Paper Series) by Njuguna S.
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Ndungu (Editor), Abbas Berya (Editor), Matthew Odedokun (Editor), H. Amani (Editor), Anna Msutze (Editor), Dinesh Dodhia (Editor), Andreas Antoniou (Editor).
Edited by Zubair Iqbal and Ravi Kanbur, this volume consists of papers presented at a joint IMF and World Bank conference on external financing for low-income countries. The primary focus was on the impact of external indebtedness on low-income countries, mainly in sub-Saharan Africa, the HIPC Debt initiative, the determinants and role of private capital flow, policies that could be.
HIPCs (heavily indebted poor countries): There are currently urgent need for debt relief to low-income countries that would go. First, since the Initiative has not resulted in long-term debt.
sustainability, private investors remain reluctant to invest in HIPC. countries. In Chapter 2 of this book, Matthew Martin strongly. During the previous 10 years donors have offered extensive debt relief to LIC within two initia-tives: the Heavily Indebted Poor Countries (HIPC) and the Multilateral Debt Relief Initiative.
Heavily Indebted Poor Countries Initiative. Debt relief for the most heavily indebted poor countries has been provided through the HIPC Initiative. Inthe IMF and the World Bank jointly launched the HIPC Initiative to help relieve an external debt burden that had become unsustainable for a number of low-income countries, mostly in Africa.
The IMF and the Environment. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) was founded in to promote international monetary stability and cooperation. It does this by providing policy advice, financing, and technical assistance to its member countries.
The IMF's policy advice is focused on members' broad macroeconomic and structural policies. Heavily Indebted Poor Countries Initiative. Debt relief for the most heavily indebted poor countries is provided through the HIPC Initiative. Inthe IMF and the World Bank jointly launched the HIPC Initiative to help relieve an external debt burden that had become unsustainable for a number of low-income countries, mostly in Africa.
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In addition, the international community recognized in that the external debt situation for a number of low-income countries (Highly Indebted Poor Countries— HIPC), mostly in Africa, had become extremely difficult and influenced the prospect for economic development.
Massive investments have been made to remove the heavy debt burdens on some low-income countries: committed debt relief to the 40 countries eligible under the Heavily Indebted Poor Countries (HIPC. It traces changes from the normal operation of the Paris Club in the s to the creation of the Heavily Indebted Poor Country Debt Initiative (HIPC) inits revision inand finally to rising pressure to extend similar debt relief to other countries in Africa and elsewhere while significantly increasing it.
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The HIPC Initiative, launched in by the IMF and the World Bank, aimed to make a selected number of severely indebted low-income developing countries’ debt service payments realistic and achievable, and debt burdens sustainable.
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