External Debt Management in Low-Income Countries [electronic resource] Bangura, Sheku.

Bangura, Sheku.
Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2000.
IMF eLibrary
IMF Working Papers; Working Paper No. 00/196.
IMF Working Papers; Working Paper No. 00/196
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Local subjects:
Actual debt.
Balance of payments.
Bilateral creditors.
Bilateral donors.
Budget projections.
Cash transfers.
Categories of debt.
Categories of debts.
Central bank.
Central banks.
Commercial borrowing.
Commercial creditors.
Creditor data.
Currency composition.
Currency debt.
Currency risk.
Current account.
Current account deficit.
Debt accumulation.
Debt analysis.
Debt burden.
Debt burdens.
Debt conversions.
Debt data.
Debt database.
Debt information.
Debt management.
Debt management capacity.
Debt management functions.
Debt management issues.
Debt management office.
Debt management operations.
Debt management policies.
Debt management policy.
Debt management practices.
Debt management strategies.
Debt management strategy.
Debt management system.
Debt management systems.
Debt monitoring.
Debt obligations.
Debt office.
Debt outstanding.
Debt policy.
Debt portfolio.
Debt problems.
Debt public.
Debt ratio.
Debt recording.
Debt reduction.
Debt relief.
Debt reporting.
Debt reports.
Debt rescheduling.
Debt service.
Debt service obligations.
Debt service payments.
Debt servicing.
Debt servicing needs.
Debt situation.
Debt statistics.
Debt stock.
Debt strategy.
Debt strategy analyses.
Debt strategy analysis.
Debt structure.
Debt sustainability.
Debt sustainability analysis.
Debt systems.
Debt unit.
Debt-service obligations.
Debtor government.
Debtor reporting.
Debtor reporting system.
Domestic savings.
Excessive borrowing.
External agencies.
External borrowing.
External borrowings.
External debt.
External debt burden.
External debt management.
External debt management capacity.
External debt obligations.
External debt service.
External debt situation.
External debt strategy.
External debt transactions.
External environment.
External financing.
External funding.
External liabilities.
External loans.
External payment.
External resources.
Foreign currency debt.
Foreign debt.
Government debt.
Heavily indebted poor countries.
Institutional arrangements for debt management.
Institutional framework for debt management.
International debt.
Loan disbursement.
Loan disbursements.
Loan negotiations.
Long-term debt.
Macroeconomic framework.
Multilateral debt.
Principal repayments.
Private debt.
Private sector borrowing.
Private sector borrowings.
Private sector debt.
Public and publicly guaranteed.
Public and publicly guaranteed debt.
Public debt.
Public debt management.
Public foreign currency debt.
Reserve management.
Short-term debt.
Statistical agency.
Stock of debt.
Improving debt management capacity in Heavily Indebted Poor Countries (HIPCs) is a key element of the international community’s strategy for ensuring a robust and sustained exit from unsustainable debt burdens. External debt management is a multi-facetted task involving the formulation of a transparent strategy for managing the level of debt, and establishing an appropriate institutional framework that supports effective implementation. This paper brings together the essential elements of effective debt management practices to guide for those assessing debt management capacity and advising on its improvement in low-income countries.
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Bangura, Sheku.
Kitabire, Damoni N.
Powell, Robert.
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