Islamic Republic of Afghanistan : enhanced heavily indebted poor countries initiative, decision point document and debt sustainability analysis / International Monetary Fund.

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  • Washington, District of Columbia : International Monetary Fund, 2007.
  • ©2007
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  • Cover; Contents; List of Acronyms; I. Introduction; II. Background and Eligibility for HIPC Initiative Assistance; A. PRGF and IDA Status; B. Dimensions of Poverty; C. Recent Political, Security, and Governance Developments; Tables; 1. Selected Poverty and Social Indicators; D. Macroeconomic and Structural Reform Track Record; 2. Corruption Perception Index, 2005; 3. Selected Economic and Financial Indicators; III. Medium- to Long-Term Strategy for Poverty Reduction; A. The PRSP Formulation Process; B. Medium- to Long-Term Macroeconomic Outlook; C. The Reform Agenda
  • IV. Possible Assistance Under the HIPC Initiative and Debt Sustainability AnalysisA. Debt Reconciliation Status; B. Structure of External Debt; 4. External Debt as of March 20, 2006; Boxes; 1. External Arrears Clearance; C. Possible Assistance Under the HIPC Initiative; 5. HIPC Initiative Assistance Under a Proportional Burden-Sharing Approach: Net Present Value of Debt as of March 20, 2006; 2. Staff Estimation of Afghanistan's Exports of Services; D. Debt Sustainability Analysis; E. Sensitivity Analysis; 3. Key Macroeconomic Assumptions Underlying the DSA
  • F. MDRI and Possible Bilateral Assistance Beyond HIPCV. The Floating Completion Point; A. Triggers for the Floating Completion Point; 4. Triggers for the Floating Completion Point; B. Monitoring the Floating Completion Point Triggers; C. The Use and Monitoring of Public Resources; D. The Authorities' Views; 5. Medium-Term Expenditure Priorities; VI. Issues for Discussion; Figures; 1. Composition of Stock of External Debt as of March 20, 2006, by Creditor Group; 2. Potential Costs of the HIPC Initiative by Creditor Group; 3. External Debt Sustainability Indicators, 2005/06-2025/26
  • 4. Sensitivity Analysis, 2005/06-2025/26A1. Nominal Stock and Net Present Value of Debt as of March 20, 2006, by Creditor Groups; A2. Discount and Exchange Rates at end-March 2006; A3. External Debt Service, 2006/07-2025/26; A4. Net Present Value of External Debt, 2005/06-2025/26; A5. External Debt Indicators, 2005/06-2025/26; A6. External Debt Indicators and Sensitivity Analysis, 2005/06-2025/26; A7. HIPC Initiative: Status of Country Cases Considered Under the Initiative, March 19, 2007; A8. Possible Delivery of IDA Assistance Under the Enhanced HIPC Initiative, 2006/07-2028/29
  • A9. Long-Term Macroeconomic Assumptions, 2006/07-2026/27A10. Paris Club Creditors' Delivery of Debt Relief Under Bilateral Initiatives Beyond the HIPC Initiative; A11. Status of Creditor Participation Under the Enhanced HIPC Initiative; Appendix; I. Debt Management Capacity
  • 1-4623-6162-5
  • 1-4519-8975-X
  • 1-280-89981-6
  • 9786613741127
  • 1-4527-2873-9
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