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Appendix I The Fund in 1982/83

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International Monetary Fund
Published Date:
September 1983
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The tables in this appendix supplement the information given in Chapter 3 on the activities of the Fund during the financial year ended April 30, 1983. In three tables in this appendix, however, data covering longer periods are included, viz., Table I.1 on exchange rates and exchange arrangements, Table I.11 setting forth the charges on the use of the Fund’s resources, and Table I.15 on present and proposed Fund quotas.

Table I.1.Exchange Rates and Exchange Arrangements, June 30, 1983 1
Pegged toLimited FlexibilityMore Flexibility 3
MemberCurrencyU.S. dollar2French franc 2Other single currency 2Special drawing right 2Currency composite other than SDR 3Vis-à-vis single currency 3,4Under cooperative arrangements 3,5Adjusted according to a set of indicatorsOther managed floatingFloating independently
AfghanistanAfghani50.60
Algeriadinar4.7935
Antigua and BarbudaEast Caribbean dollar2.70
Argentinapeso argentino8.881
Australiadollar1.14351
Austriaschilling17.925
Bahamasdollar1.00
Bahraindinar0.376
Bangladeshtaka24.50
Barbadosdollar2.0113
Belgiumfranc50.935
Belizedollar2.00
Beninfranc50.00
Bhutanngultrum1.006
Boliviapeso196.0
Botswanapula1.0891
Brazilcruzeiro540.27
Burmakyat8.50847
Burundifranc90.00
Cameroonfranc50.00
Canadadollar1.2273
Cape Verdeescudo72.6744
Central African
Republicfranc50.00
Chadfranc50.00
Chilepeso77.71
Chinayuan1.9838
Colombiapeso78.51
Comorosfranc50.00
Congofranc50.00
Costa Ricacolón40.25
Cypruspound0.52627
Denmarkkrone9.1365
Djiboutifranc177.721
DominicaEast Caribbean dollar2.70
Dominican Republicpeso1.00
Ecuadorsucre44.90
Egyptpound0.70
El Salvadorcolón2.50
Equatorial Guineaekwele2.007
Ethiopiabirr2.07
Fijidollar1.0350
Finlandmarkka5.541
Francefranc7.6375
Gabonfranc50.00
Gambia, Thedalasi4.008
Germany, Federal Republic ofdeutsche mark2.5419
Ghanacedi2.75
Greecedrachma84.51
GrenadaEast Caribbean dollar2.70
Guatemalaquetzal1.00
Guineasyli24.6853
Guinea-Bissaupeso44.00
Guyanadollar3.00
Haitigourde5.00
Honduraslempira2.00
Hungaryforint42.5446
Icelandkróna27.49
Indiarupee10.1066
Indonesiarupiah974.0
Iran, Islamic
Republic ofrial92.30
Iraqdinar0.310857
Irelandpound0.807754
Israelshekel47.5202
Italylira1,508.25
Ivory Coastfranc50.00
Jamaicadollar1.78142
Japanyen239.7
Jordandinar0.387
Kampuchea,
Democratic 9riel
Kenyashilling14.06
Koreawon776.7
Kuwaitdinar0.29285
Lao People’s
Democratic
Republickip35.00
Lebanonpound4.2415
Lesothomaloti1.0010
Liberiadollar1.00
Libyan Arab
Jamahiriyadinar0.296053
Luxembourgfranc50.935
Madagascarfranc416.91
Malawikwacha1.2122
Malaysiaringgit2.3313
Maldivesrufiyaa7.05
Malifranc100.00
Maltalira0.432133
Mauritaniaouguiya54.82
Mauritiusrupee11.612
Mexicopeso120.01
Moroccodirham6.85925
Nepalrupee14.5
Netherlandsguilder2.8485
New Zealanddollar1.52695
Nicaraguacórdoba10.00
Nigerfranc50.00
Nigeria 1naira0.704771
Norwaykrone7.295
Omanrial Omani0.3454
Pakistanrupee13.1778
Panamabalboa1.00
Papua New Guineakina0.860511
Paraguayguaraní126.00
Perusol1,527.68
Philippinespeso11.0015
Portugalescudo116.98
Qatarriyal3.64
Romanialeu16.5
Rwandafranc92.84
St. LuciaEast Caribbean dollar2.70
St. VincentEast Caribbean dollar2.70
São Tomé and
Principedobra41.415
Saudi Arabiariyal3.445
Senegalfranc50.00
Seychellesrupee7.2345
Sierra Leoneleone1.28024
Singaporedollar2.1320
Solomon Islandsdollar1.15567
Somaliashilling16.50
South Africarand1.09302
Spainpeseta145.35
Sri Lankarupee23.03
Sudanpound1.30
Surinameguilder1.785
Swazilandlilangeni1.0010
Swedenkrona7.6425
Syrian Arab
Republicpound3.925
Tanzaniashilling12.2413
Thailandbaht23.00
Togofranc50.00
Trinidad and Tobagodollar2.4090
Tunisiadinar0.67987
Turkeylira221.85
Uganda 1shilling124.5
United Arab
Emiratesdirham3.671
United Kingdompound0.653424
United Statesdollar1.00
Upper Voltafranc50.00
Uruguaynew peso32.275
Vanuatuvatu106.20
Venezuelabolívar4.30
Viet Namdong10.37883
Western Samoatala1.61857
Yemen Arab
Republicrial4.5625
Yemen, People’s
Democratic
Republic ofdinar0.345399
Yugoslaviadinar89.2081
Zaïrezaïre6.34921
Zambiakwacha1.2803
Zimbabwedollar0.99433

For further explanation of the classification of exchange rate arrangements, in particular for members that maintain dual exchange markets involving multiple exchange rate arrangements, see Table 13. The effective date of the exchange rate is May 31, 1983 for Nigeria and April 30, 1983 for Uganda.

Rates as notified to the Fund and in terms of domestic currency units per unit listed.

Market rates in domestic currency units per U.S. dollar.

All exchange rates have shown limited flexibility against the U.S. dollar.

Belgium, Denmark, France, the Federal Republic of Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands are participating in the European Monetary System and maintain maximum margins of 2.25 per cent (for the Italian lira, 6 per cent) for exchange rates in transactions in the official markets between their currencies and those of the other countries in this group.

Per Indian rupee.

Per Spanish peseta.

Per pound sterling.

Information not available.

Per South African rand.

For further explanation of the classification of exchange rate arrangements, in particular for members that maintain dual exchange markets involving multiple exchange rate arrangements, see Table 13. The effective date of the exchange rate is May 31, 1983 for Nigeria and April 30, 1983 for Uganda.

Rates as notified to the Fund and in terms of domestic currency units per unit listed.

Market rates in domestic currency units per U.S. dollar.

All exchange rates have shown limited flexibility against the U.S. dollar.

Belgium, Denmark, France, the Federal Republic of Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands are participating in the European Monetary System and maintain maximum margins of 2.25 per cent (for the Italian lira, 6 per cent) for exchange rates in transactions in the official markets between their currencies and those of the other countries in this group.

Per Indian rupee.

Per Spanish peseta.

Per pound sterling.

Information not available.

Per South African rand.

Table I.2.Fund Stand-By Arrangements for Members, Financial Year Ended April 30, 1983(In millions of SDRs)
MemberTotal Number of Stand-Bys Approved for Member Since 1953Date of InceptionDate of ExpirationAmount Approved 1981/82Amount Not Purchased at Expiration or CancellationAmount Approved 1982/83Amount Not Purchased April 30, 1983
Argentina10Jan. 24, 1983Apr. 23, 19841,500.0011,199.26
Bangladesh4Mar. 28, 1983Aug. 31, 198368.4045.60
Barbados1Oct. 1, 1982May 31, 198431.88119.51
Burma6June 12, 1981June 11, 198227.00
Central African Republic3Apr. 22, 1983Apr. 21, 198418.00118.00
Chile13Jan. 10, 1983Jan. 9, 1985500.001378.00
Costa Rica8Dec. 20, 1982Dec. 19, 198392.25173.80
El Salvador13July 16,1982July 15, 198343.0015.50
Ethiopia1May 8, 1981June 30, 198267.502
Gambia, The3Feb. 22, 1982Feb. 21, 198316.902
Grenada4May 11, 1981May 10, 19823.430.53
Guatemala9Nov. 13, 1981Nov. 12, 198219.10
Guinea1Dec. 1, 1982Nov. 30, 198325.0013.50
Haiti18Aug. 9, 1982Sept. 30, 198334.50117.50
Honduras13Nov. 5, 1982Dec. 31, 198376.50145.90
Hungary1Dec. 8, 1982Jan. 7, 1984475.001249.40
Kenya5Jan. 8, 1982Jan. 7, 1983151.50361.50
Mar. 21, 1983Sept. 20, 1984175.951130.75
Liberia16Aug. 26, 1981Sept. 15, 198255.002,3
Sept. 29, 1982Sept. 28, 198355.00120.00
Madagascar4Apr. 13, 1981June 26, 198232.302,470.00
July 9, 1982July 8, 198351.00110.20
Malawi3Aug. 6, 1982Aug. 5, 198322.0016.00
Mali6May 21, 1982May 20, 198330.38
Mauritania3June 1, 1981Mar. 31, 198225.803
Mauritius4Dec. 21, 1981Dec. 20, 198230.002
Morocco8Apr. 26, 1982Apr. 25, 1983281.252
Panama15Apr. 28, 1982Apr. 27, 198329.7029.70
Philippines16Feb. 25, 1983Feb. 28, 1984315.001265.00
Romania3June 15, 1981June 14, 19841,102.502560.50
Senegal3Sept. 11, 1981Sept. 10, 198263.003
Nov. 24, 1982Nov. 23, 198347.25141.34
Solomon Islands1May 29, 1981May 28, 19821.600.80
Somalia10July 15, 1981July 14, 198243.132
July 15, 1982Jan. 14, 198460.00126.25
South Africa5Nov. 3, 1982Dec. 31, 1983364.00205.00
Sudan8Feb. 22, 1982Feb. 21, 1983198.003128.00
Feb. 23, 1983Feb. 22, 1984170.001102.00
Tanzania2Sept. 15, 1980June 30, 1982(179.60) 5154.60
Thailand3June 3, 1981Mar. 31, 1983814.502,6469.50
Nov. 17, 1982Dec. 31, 1983271.501176.70
Togo3Feb. 13, 1981Feb. 12, 1983(47.50)540.25
Mar. 4, 1983Apr. 3, 198421.37119.37
Turkey13June 18, 1980June 17, 1983(1,250.00)590.00
Uganda4June 5, 1981June 30, 1982112.502
Aug. 11, 1982Aug. 10, 1983112.50137.50
Uruguay13July 15, 1981July 14, 198231.50
Apr. 22, 1983Apr. 21, 1985378.001378.00
Yugoslavia8Jan. 30, 1981Dec. 31, 1983(1,662.00) 5379.00
Zambia4Apr. 18, 1983Apr. 17, 1984211.501180.00
Zimbabwe2Mar. 23, 1983Sept. 22, 1984300.001240.00
Total3,106.21954.885,449.984,943.58

Enlarged access resources totaling SDR 2,885.39 million approved in 1982/83 are as follows: Argentina, SDR 754.35 million; Barbados, SDR 15.36 million; Central African Republic, SDR 14.66 million; Chile, SDR 246.84 million; Costa Rica, SDR 45.88 million; Haiti, SDR 17.64 million; Honduras, SDR 44.62 million; Hungary, SDR 229.26 million; Kenya, SDR 166.21 million; Liberia, SDR 44.11 million; Madagascar, SDR 26.05 million; Malawi, SDR 8.56 million; Philippines, SDR 150.28 million; Senegal, SDR 23.91 million; Somalia, SDR 49.38 million; Sudan, SDR 134.81 million; Thailand, SDR 189.16 million; Togo, SDR 12.02 million; Uganda, SDR 97.56 million; Uruguay, SDR 283.50 million; Zambia, SDR 143.73 million; and Zimbabwe, SDR 187.50 million.

Enlarged access resources approved in 1981/82 are as follows: Ethiopia, SDR 32.52 million; The Gambia, SDR 8.88 million; Liberia, SDR 6.92 million; Madagascar, SDR 32.30 million; Mauritius, SDR 13.28 million; Morocco, SDR 166.18 million; Romania, SDR 746.18 million; Somalia, SDR 22.64 million; Thailand, SDR 566.59 million; and Uganda, SDR 58.97 million.

Supplementary financing facility resources approved in 1981/82 are as follows: Kenya, SDR 96.84 million; Liberia, SDR 18.00 million; Mauritania, SDR 9.88 million; Senegal, SDR 33.57 million; and Sudan, SDR 136.40 million.

Amount by which arrangement, of SDR 76.70 million approved in April 1981, was augmented in June 1981.

Arrangement approved in the financial year 1980/81.

Arrangement canceled on November 16, 1982.

Enlarged access resources totaling SDR 2,885.39 million approved in 1982/83 are as follows: Argentina, SDR 754.35 million; Barbados, SDR 15.36 million; Central African Republic, SDR 14.66 million; Chile, SDR 246.84 million; Costa Rica, SDR 45.88 million; Haiti, SDR 17.64 million; Honduras, SDR 44.62 million; Hungary, SDR 229.26 million; Kenya, SDR 166.21 million; Liberia, SDR 44.11 million; Madagascar, SDR 26.05 million; Malawi, SDR 8.56 million; Philippines, SDR 150.28 million; Senegal, SDR 23.91 million; Somalia, SDR 49.38 million; Sudan, SDR 134.81 million; Thailand, SDR 189.16 million; Togo, SDR 12.02 million; Uganda, SDR 97.56 million; Uruguay, SDR 283.50 million; Zambia, SDR 143.73 million; and Zimbabwe, SDR 187.50 million.

Enlarged access resources approved in 1981/82 are as follows: Ethiopia, SDR 32.52 million; The Gambia, SDR 8.88 million; Liberia, SDR 6.92 million; Madagascar, SDR 32.30 million; Mauritius, SDR 13.28 million; Morocco, SDR 166.18 million; Romania, SDR 746.18 million; Somalia, SDR 22.64 million; Thailand, SDR 566.59 million; and Uganda, SDR 58.97 million.

Supplementary financing facility resources approved in 1981/82 are as follows: Kenya, SDR 96.84 million; Liberia, SDR 18.00 million; Mauritania, SDR 9.88 million; Senegal, SDR 33.57 million; and Sudan, SDR 136.40 million.

Amount by which arrangement, of SDR 76.70 million approved in April 1981, was augmented in June 1981.

Arrangement approved in the financial year 1980/81.

Arrangement canceled on November 16, 1982.

Table I.3.Summary of Members’ Purchases and Repurchases, Financial Years Ended April 30, 1948–83(In millions of SDRs)
YearTotal Purchases by MembersTotal Repurchases by Members
1948606.04
1949119.44
195051.8024.21
195128.0019.09
195246.2536.58
195366.12184.96
1954231.29145.11
195548.75276.28
195638.75271.66
19571,114.0575.04
1958665.7386.81
1959263.52537.32
1960165.53522.41
1961577.00658.60
19622,243.201,260.00
1963579.97807.25
1964625.90380.41
19651,897.44516.97
19662,817.29406.00
19671,061.28340.12
19681,348.251,115.51
19692,838.851,542.33
19702,995.651,670.69
19711,167.411,656.86
19722,028.493,122.33
19731,175.43540.30
19741,057.72672.49
19755,102.45518.08
19766,591.42960.10
19774,910.33868.19
19782,503.014,485.01
19793,719.584,859.18
19802,433.263,775.83
19814,860.012,852.93
19828,040.622,009.88
198311,391.891,555.12
Total75,411.72138,753.652

Includes purchases that are not subject to repurchase.

Excludes sales of currency and adjustments that have the effect of repurchase.

Includes purchases that are not subject to repurchase.

Excludes sales of currency and adjustments that have the effect of repurchase.

Table I.4.Summary of Stand-By Arrangements That Became Effective During the Financial Years Ended April 30, 1953–83 1(In millions of SDRs)
YearNumberAmount
1953255.00
1954262.50
1955240.00
1956247.50
195791,162.28
1958111,043.78
1959151,056.63
196014363.88
196115459.88
1962241,633.13
1963191,531.10
1964192,159.85
1965242,159.05
196624575.35
196725591.15
1968322,352.36
196926541.15
1970232,381.28
197118501.70
197213313.75
197313321.85
1974151,394.00
197514389.75
1976181,188.02
1977194,679.64
1978181,285.09
197914507.85
1980242,479.36
1981215,197.93
1982193,106.21
1983275,449.98
Total52145,031.00

Includes renewals and extensions for one year or less, except the renewals each six months of the stand-by arrangement for Belgium granted in June 1952 until that member purchased the full amount of the equivalent of SDR 50 million in April 1957.

Includes renewals and extensions for one year or less, except the renewals each six months of the stand-by arrangement for Belgium granted in June 1952 until that member purchased the full amount of the equivalent of SDR 50 million in April 1957.

Table I.5.Purchases of Currencies and Special Drawing Rights from the Fund, Financial Year Ended April 30, 1983(In millions of SDRs)
Within Credit TrancheUnder Decision onPurchases Financed with
Under stand-by arrangementsExtended Fund facilityOrdinary resources
Member PurchasingWithin Reserve TrancheOrdinary resourcesSupplementary financing facilityEnlarged access resourcesOtherOrdinary resourcesSupplementary financing facilityEnlarged access resourcesCompensatory financingBuffer stockTotal PurchasesCurrenciesSpecial drawing rightsSupplementary financing facilityEnlarged access resources
Antigua and Barbuda0.680.680.68
Argentina228.42200.49100.25520.101,049.26736.61212.40100.25
Australia32.4632.4632.46
Bangladesh22.8071.20194.0013.9080.10
Barbados7.654.7212.6024.9817.982.284.72
Bolivia17.9024.4742.3739.972.40
Brazil259.79249.3862.4462.43965.001,599.041,456.1380.4862.43
Burma15.0025.6040.6013.0027.60
Central African Republic2.402.402.40
Chile70.5481.3340.67295.00487.54446.8740.67
Costa Rica12.835.6218.4512.835.62
Dominica1.421.432.851.421.43
Dominican Republic37.1237.1378.7510.55163.55119.107.3237.13
Ecuador24.7924.7924.79
El Salvador27.5032.2559.7541.2518.50
Equatorial Guinea1.521.521.52
Ethiopia5.346.4111.752.902.446.41
Gambia, The3.994.7928.783.994.792
Ghana8.478.478.47
Grenada38.473
Guinea11.5011.5011.50
Guyana5.935.932.253.68
Haiti8.908.1017.003.775.138.10
Honduras11.0119.5923.1053.707.8126.3019.59
Hungary81.38132.3793.2372.00378.9834.87250.8893.23
Iceland9.0521.5030.5530.55
India750.00750.0021,500.00400.00350.00750.002
Indonesia218.3665.10283.46218.3665.10
Iraq111.92111.92111.92
Ivory Coast71.2582.65153.9025.2246.0382.65
Jamaica6.2220.7091.6019.40137.921.0024.6220.7091.60
Kenya23.3816.3635.4660.381135.5844.7239.0416.3635.46
Lesotho2.022.022.02
Liberia15.896.00224.1134.7080.7028.5922.006.00224.11
Madagascar2.3620.3220.4821.8064.9628.8415.6420.48
Malawi13.442.5612.2010.9229.1220.595.982.56
Malaysia171.50171.5067.80103.70
Mali30.3830.385.0025.38
Mauritania3.263.263.26
Mauritius1.7213.2823.6118.615.3313.282
Mexico1.16200.6350.1550.15302.09251.9450.15
Morocco102.27122.73225.0052.8549.42122.73
Pakistan147.50147.50180.20475.20242.8284.88147.50
Peru100.00199.90299.90224.0075.90
Philippines50.00188.55238.55215.4323.12
Romania5.01182.73219.27407.0141.82145.92219.27
Senegal26.0325.781.3653.177.3918.6425.781.36
Sierra Leone4.0120.7024.7117.707.01
Solomon Islands1.601.601.60
Somalia4.7513.5626.6644.978.949.3726.66
South Africa159.00636.00795.00695.00100.00
Sri Lanka39.205.8045.0033.2011.80
Sudan1.8530.4837.5239.10108.9568.652.7837.52
Swaziland0.980.980.98
Syrian Arab Republic19.6319.6319.63
Tanzania1.741.741.74
Thailand43.0851.7236.60131.4058.1521.5351.72
Togo0.541.462.000.541.46
Turkey300.00300.00300.00
Uganda19.4865.5285.0019.4865.52
Uruguay28.0731.5055.30114.87114.87
Yemen Arab Republic9.759.759.75
Yemen, People’s
Democratic Republic of2.5215.3817.8917.89
Yugoslavia590.50590.50590.50
Zaïre13.6813.6813.68
Zambia7.5019.1112.3934.0073.0011.6149.0012.39
Zimbabwe18.7541.2556.10116.1074.8541.25
Total1,133.681,327.37956.71941.08477.531,219.891,002.28241.303,740.06351.9911,391.895,831.962,418.571,958.991,182.37

In accordance with the decision on compensatory financing of fluctuations in the cost of cereal imports, Executive Board Decision No. 6860-(81/81), adopted May 13, 1981. (See Selected Decisions of the International Monetary Fund and Selected Documents, Tenth Issue (Washington, 1983), pages 65–70.)

Purchase financed from supplementary financing facility resources in substitution for enlarged access resources, Executive Board Decision No. 7047-(82/13), adopted February 5, 1982. (See Selected Decisions of the International Monetary Fund and Selected Documents, Tenth Issue (Washington, 1983), page 58.)

Less than SDR 50,000.

In accordance with the decision on compensatory financing of fluctuations in the cost of cereal imports, Executive Board Decision No. 6860-(81/81), adopted May 13, 1981. (See Selected Decisions of the International Monetary Fund and Selected Documents, Tenth Issue (Washington, 1983), pages 65–70.)

Purchase financed from supplementary financing facility resources in substitution for enlarged access resources, Executive Board Decision No. 7047-(82/13), adopted February 5, 1982. (See Selected Decisions of the International Monetary Fund and Selected Documents, Tenth Issue (Washington, 1983), page 58.)

Less than SDR 50,000.

Table I.6.Repurchases of Currencies from the Fund, Financial Year Ended April 30, 1983(In millions of SDRs)
Repurchases in Respect of Purchases of
Member RepurchasingBorrowed Resources
Ordinary ResourcesOtherTotal
Oil facilitySupplementary financing facilityCompensatory financingStand-by arrangementsExtended Fund facilityOther credit tranche
Bangladesh6.942.449.3
Barbados1.71.7
Bolivia7.51,27.5
Burma11.711.7
Burundi2.02.0
Cameroon2.52.5
Central African Republic0.50.5
Chile26.326.3
Costa Rica3.25.18.3
Cyprus4.65.09.6
Dominica0.10.1
Dominican Republic3.03.0
Egypt7.921.028.9
Equatorial Guinea0.530.5
Ethiopia9.09.0
Finland33.233.2
Gabon3.93.9
Gambia, The2.32.3
Ghana2.43.48.5214.3
Greece6.56.5
Grenada0.10.70.8
Guinea1.51.5
Guinea-Bissau0.40.4
Guyana1.13.34.4
Haiti0.70.7
Iceland3.93.9
Israel10.236.246.4
Jamaica7.37.815.84.835.7
Kenya3.817.32.51.324.9
Korea24.824.8
Liberia2.62.6
Madagascar3.53.5
Malawi0.73.64.3
Malaysia45.2445.2
Mali1.01.0
Mauritania1.11.32.44.8
Mauritius2.62.6
Morocco4.528.032.5
Nepal4.84.8
New Zealand24.124.1
Nicaragua2.12.1
Pakistan18.280.098.2
Panama3.73.7
Peru13.212.530.756.4
Philippines25.916.629.418.190.0
Portugal24.124.1
Romania44.29.653.8
St. Lucia1.51.5
Senegal1.210.511.7
Sierra Leone1.24.05.2
Somalia4.7 34.7
Spain56.537.093.5
Sri Lanka7.226.235.068.4
Sudan3.41.915.120.4
Syrian Arab Republic12.5312.5
Tanzania2.612.114.7
Thailand34.46.641.0
Turkey30.08.737.345.0121.0
Uganda4.44.4
United Kingdom154.6154.6
Uruguay11.211.2
Viet Nam0.40.4
Western Samoa0.10.50.6
Yemen, People’s
Democratic Republic of2.12.1
Yugoslavia0.351.952.2
Zaïre10.910.9
Zambia6.218.381.3105.8
Total537.632.0546.5346.719.41.571.41,555.1

Less than SDR 50,000.

Repurchase under the Fund’s Articles of Agreement, Schedule B, paragraph 4(ii).

Gold tranche repurchase.

Buffer stock repurchase.

Less than SDR 50,000.

Repurchase under the Fund’s Articles of Agreement, Schedule B, paragraph 4(ii).

Gold tranche repurchase.

Buffer stock repurchase.

Table I.7.Extended Fund Facility Arrangements for Members, July 7,1975-April 30, 1983(In millions of SDRs)
MemberDate of InceptionDate of ExpirationTotal Amount of ArrangementAmount Not Purchased at Expiration or CancellationOf Total Amount Approved, Amount Not Purchased as of April 30, 1983
Approved in previous
financial years
Bangladesh12/8/8012/7/83800.001580.00
Costa Rica6/17/816/16/84276.752254.25
Dominica2/6/812/5/848.5532.14
Egypt7/28/787/27/81600.00525.00
Gabon6/27/8012/31/8234.0034.00
Guyana6/25/796/24/8262.75452.75
7/25/807/24/83150.00598.27
Haiti10/25/7810/24/8132.2021.40
Honduras6/28/796/27/8247.6023.70
India11/9/8111/8/845,000.0062,600.00
Ivory Coast2/27/812/22/84484.50 7153.90
Jamaica6/9/786/8/81200.008130.00
6/11/796/10/81260.009175.00
4/13/814/12/84477.7010149.70
Kenya7/7/757/6/7867.2059.50
Mexico1/1/7712/31/79518.0011518.00
Morocco10/8/8010/7/83810.0012663.00
3/9/8110/7/83817.0513680.55
Pakistan11/24/8011/23/831,268.0014919.00
12/2/8111/23/83919.0015284.00
Philippines4/2/764/1/79217.0016
Senegal8/8/808/7/83184.8017143.70
Sierra Leone3/30/812/22/84186.0018152.50
Sri Lanka1/1/7912/31/81260.30
Sudan5/4/795/3/82427.0019
Zaïre6/22/816/21/84912.0020737.00
Zambia5/8/815/7/84800.0021500.00
Subtotal15,820.406,267.623,189.74
Approved during
financial year 1982/83
Brazil3/1/832/28/864,239.38224,114.50
Dominican Republic1/21/831/20/86371.2523297.00
Mexico1/1/8312/31/853,410.63243,310.32
Peru6/7/826/6/85650.0025550.00
Subtotal8,671.268,271.82
Total24,491.666,267.6211,461.56

Arrangement canceled as of June 21, 1982.

Canceled as of December 20, 1982 and replaced by a stand-by arrangement.

Of which, SDR 4.49 million is provided under the supplementary financing facility.

Canceled as of June 24, 1980.

Arrangement augmented by SDR 50.00 million in July 1981 to a total of SDR 150.00 million. Arrangement canceled as of July 22, 1982.

Of which, SDR 2,595.50 million is financed from enlarged access resources.

Of which, SDR 324.90 million is provided under the supplementary financing facility.

Canceled as of June 10, 1979.

Canceled as of April 12, 1981.

Arrangement augmented by SDR 241.30 million in June 1981 to a total of SDR 477.70 million, of which SDR 149.25 million is provided under the supplementary financing facility and SDR 241.30 million from enlarged access resources.

Includes augmentation by repurchase equivalent to SDR 100.00 million.

Canceled as of March 8, 1981.

Arrangement canceled as of April 25, 1982 and replaced by a stand-by arrangement.

Canceled as of December 1, 1981.

Of which, SDR 490.12 million is financed under the supplementary financing facility.

Includes augmentation by repurchase equivalent to SDR 38.75 million.

Canceled as of September 10, 1981 and replaced by a stand-by arrangement.

Arrangement augmented by SDR 22.30 million in June 1981 to a total of SDR 186.00 million. Arrangement canceled as of April 6, 1982.

Arrangement augmented by SDR 227.00 million in November 1980, canceled on February 17, 1982, and replaced by a stand-by arrangement.

Arrangement canceled as of June 22, 1982.

Arrangement canceled as of July 3, 1982.

Of which, SDR 2,842.88 million is financed from enlarged access resources.

Of which, SDR 255.75 million is financed from enlarged access resources.

Of which, SDR 2,287.13 million is financed from enlarged access resources.

Of which, SDR 311.56 million is financed from enlarged access resources.

Arrangement canceled as of June 21, 1982.

Canceled as of December 20, 1982 and replaced by a stand-by arrangement.

Of which, SDR 4.49 million is provided under the supplementary financing facility.

Canceled as of June 24, 1980.

Arrangement augmented by SDR 50.00 million in July 1981 to a total of SDR 150.00 million. Arrangement canceled as of July 22, 1982.

Of which, SDR 2,595.50 million is financed from enlarged access resources.

Of which, SDR 324.90 million is provided under the supplementary financing facility.

Canceled as of June 10, 1979.

Canceled as of April 12, 1981.

Arrangement augmented by SDR 241.30 million in June 1981 to a total of SDR 477.70 million, of which SDR 149.25 million is provided under the supplementary financing facility and SDR 241.30 million from enlarged access resources.

Includes augmentation by repurchase equivalent to SDR 100.00 million.

Canceled as of March 8, 1981.

Arrangement canceled as of April 25, 1982 and replaced by a stand-by arrangement.

Canceled as of December 1, 1981.

Of which, SDR 490.12 million is financed under the supplementary financing facility.

Includes augmentation by repurchase equivalent to SDR 38.75 million.

Canceled as of September 10, 1981 and replaced by a stand-by arrangement.

Arrangement augmented by SDR 22.30 million in June 1981 to a total of SDR 186.00 million. Arrangement canceled as of April 6, 1982.

Arrangement augmented by SDR 227.00 million in November 1980, canceled on February 17, 1982, and replaced by a stand-by arrangement.

Arrangement canceled as of June 22, 1982.

Arrangement canceled as of July 3, 1982.

Of which, SDR 2,842.88 million is financed from enlarged access resources.

Of which, SDR 255.75 million is financed from enlarged access resources.

Of which, SDR 2,287.13 million is financed from enlarged access resources.

Of which, SDR 311.56 million is financed from enlarged access resources.

Table I.8.Status of General Arrangements to Borrow (GAB) 1 on April 30, 1983(In millions of SDRs)
ParticipantsMaximum Amounts

of Credit Arrangements
Fund

Indebtedness
Belgium141.5
Canada163.0
Deutsche Bundesbank1,504.5582.9
France340.3
Italy217.5
Japan1,326.3194.3
Netherlands241.8
Sveriges Riksbank63.8
United Kingdom515.6
United States1,849.1
Total6,363.3777.3

See the Balance Sheet of the General Department as at April 30, 1983, Note 7, reproduced in Appendix VIII.

See the Balance Sheet of the General Department as at April 30, 1983, Note 7, reproduced in Appendix VIII.

Table I.9.Borrowing in Connection with Purchases Under the Oil Facility and Repayments to Lenders, September 4, 1974–April 30, 1983(In millions of SDRs)
LenderAmount

Borrowed
Amount Repaid up

to April 30, 1982
Amount Repaid

May 1, 1982—

April 30, 1983
Amount Repaid

in

May 1983
Abu Dhabi100.0099.050.95
Austrian National Bank100.0079.4018.641.96
National Bank of Belgium200.00153.1240.636.25
Canada246.93246.93
Deutsche Bundesbank600.00374.95
Central Bank of Iran990.00947.9842.02
Central Bank of Kuwait685.00625.9256.692.39
Netherlands350.00327.8022.21
Nigeria300.00300.00
Bank of Norway100.0074.7323.082.19
Central Bank of Oman20.5019.910.59
Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency (SAMA)2,250.002,261.04214.011
Sveriges Riksbank50.0035.6912.501.81
Swiss National Bank100.0071.3525.003.65
Switzerland150.00128.9921.01
Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago10.007.912.09
Central Bank of Venezuela650.00621.6628.34
Total6,902.436,376.44507.7418.25

Includes claims transferred to SAMA from the Deutsche Bundesbank on November 13, 1980.

Includes claims transferred to SAMA from the Deutsche Bundesbank on November 13, 1980.

Table I.10.Borrowing in Connection with Purchases Under the Supplementary Financing Facility and Repayments to Lenders, May 29, 1980–April 30, 1983(In millions of SDRs)
LenderTotal Amount of AgreementAmount Borrowed up to April 30, 1983Balance Available as of April 30, 1983Amount Repaid 1 up to April 30, 1983
Abu Dhabi150.00104.9845.02
Austrian National Bank50.0035.1214.88
Banque Nationale de Belgique150.0012.34137.66
Canada200.0012.68187.320.94
Deutsche Bundesbank1,050.00894.17 2155.83
Banco de Guatemala30.008.36321.648.363
Japan900.00731.96168.045.27
Central Bank of Kuwait400.00327.3572.652.25
De Nederlandsche Bank, N.V.100.0085.9314.07
Central Bank of Nigeria220.0069.854150.1569.854
Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency1,934.001,496.912437.0919.23
Swiss National Bank650.00549.94100.063.75
United States1,450.001,450.00
Central Bank of Venezuela500.00369.42130.582.50
Total7,784.006,149.0151,634.99112.14

Repayments began on November 24, 1982.

Claims totaling SDR 172.011 million under the supplementary financing facility were transferred by the Deutsche Bundesbank to the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency against U.S. dollars on November 13, 1980.

Claims totaling SDR 8.356 million were repaid in advance to the Banco de Guatemala on February 8, 1982. This encashment was refinanced by a call on the Swiss National Bank.

Claims totaling SDR 69.850 million were repaid in advance to the Central Bank of Nigeria on April 8 and 9, 1982. This encashment was financed by calls in equal amounts under the supplementary financing facility borrowing agreements with Japan and the United States, in agreement with these lenders.

Of which, SDR 1,958.99 million was borrowed in the financial year 1982/83.

Repayments began on November 24, 1982.

Claims totaling SDR 172.011 million under the supplementary financing facility were transferred by the Deutsche Bundesbank to the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency against U.S. dollars on November 13, 1980.

Claims totaling SDR 8.356 million were repaid in advance to the Banco de Guatemala on February 8, 1982. This encashment was refinanced by a call on the Swiss National Bank.

Claims totaling SDR 69.850 million were repaid in advance to the Central Bank of Nigeria on April 8 and 9, 1982. This encashment was financed by calls in equal amounts under the supplementary financing facility borrowing agreements with Japan and the United States, in agreement with these lenders.

Of which, SDR 1,958.99 million was borrowed in the financial year 1982/83.

Table I.11.Schedule of Fund Charges

Charges in per cent per annum 1 payable on holdings for the periods stated:

Purchases in the Credit Tranches and Under the Compensatory Financing, Buffer Stock Financing, and Extended Fund Facilities
May 1, 1981 through April 30, 1982From May 1, 1982
Service charge0.50.5
Periodic charge6.256.60
Oil Facility
For 1974For 1975
Periodic charge7.1257.875
Supplementary Financing Facility
Service charge0.5
Up to 3½ yearsRate of interest paid by the Fund plus 0.2 percent
Over 3½ yearsRate of interest paid by the Fund plus 0.325 per cent
Enlarged Access Policy
Service charge0.5
Periodic chargeNet cost of borrowing by the Fund plus 0.2 per cent

Except for service charge, which is payable once per transaction and is stated as a per cent of the amount of the transaction.

Except for service charge, which is payable once per transaction and is stated as a per cent of the amount of the transaction.

Table I.12.Transfers of Special Drawing Rights, January 1, 1970–April 30, 1983(In millions of SDRs)
Annual Average

Jan. 1, 1970–Apr. 30, 1977
Financial Years Ended April 30Total

Jan. 1, 1970–Apr. 30, 1983
197819791980198119821983
Transfers among participants
and prescribed holders
Transactions by agreement3729271,5333624181,2421,2828,491
Prescribed operations158396554
Transactions with designation
From holdings24554743463924899964,149
From purchases of SDRs from Fund3441,0061,0251,4901,3861,7176,969
Net interest on SDRs3957711902232452731,348
6561,3822,6841,9232,5243,5204,66421,511
General Resources Account
Transfers from participants
Repurchases2328505029949308385666,380
Charges1848097175575879681,4976,483
Quota payments2011915,091266845,661
Assessments112122218
Interest received on General
Resources Account holdings134057822666574441,641
4301,9011,2971,6356,8762,7322,59320,184
Transfers to participants
and prescribed holders
Purchases1056621,1061,2832,0332,0352,41910,309
Reconstitution 1174474755201,851
Replenishment of participants’
currencies20145
Remuneration131221361402203488611,923
Distribution of net income215
Interest on Fund borrowings
and transfer charges129122150143224488
Repayments of Fund borrowings386416114428436
Other1213122434932721862680
3271,3001,3791,5172,8332,6973,72815,847
Total transfers1,4134,5835,3605,07112,2338,94910,98557,542
General Resources Account holdings
at end of period6101,3711,2901,4075,4455,4564,3354,335

Including amounts acquired as part of purchases.

Transfers to enable participants to pay charges in the General Resources Account and Special Drawing Rights Department.

Transfers to enable participants to pay quota increases.

Including amounts acquired as part of purchases.

Transfers to enable participants to pay charges in the General Resources Account and Special Drawing Rights Department.

Transfers to enable participants to pay quota increases.

Table I.13.Summary of Transactions and Operations in Special Drawing Rights, Financial Year Ended April 30, 1983(In thousands of SDRs)
HoldersTotal Holdings April 30, 1982Receipts from Participants and Prescribed HoldersTransfers to Participants and Prescribed HoldersReceipts from the General Resources AccountTransfers to the General Resources AccountInterest, Charges, and Assessment (Net)Positions as at April 30, 1983
DesignatedOtherHoldingsNet cumulative allocationsHoldings as per cent of net cumulative allocations
Participants
Afghanistan14,929646–1,12614,45026,70354.1
Algeria126,7594,0139,252+991141,016128,640109.6
Antigua and Barbuda675675675675000.0
Argentina350,799542,683227,8678,361–15,00912,614318,3704.0
Australia13689,56040,084650–43,11786,014470,54518.3
Austria175,311107,54989,50521,698+1,161216,215179,045120.8
Bahamas5,536211–4545,29310,23051.7
Bahrain6,9529,300+45016,7026,200269.4
Bangladesh13,42410,50066,00081,59130,629–4,3024,58447,1209.7
Barbados6422,4712,353–743178,0390.2
Belgium654,97378,83619,984+18,219614,340485,246126.6
Belize1,3181,318000.0
Benin2,030–7461,2859,40913.7
Bhutan2200.0
Bolivia6859,7616,645–2,6861,11426,7034.2
Botswana5,371818+1846,3734,359146.2
Brazil398,01218,00032,910496,43493,70512,970–16,99316,230358,6704.5
Burma1,2135,80024,60028,4045,382–4,3511,08343,4742.5
Burundi4,3262901,806–9771,83313,69713.4
Cameroon3742,550382885–2,3328824,4630.4
Canada56,9696,82124,0007,996–71,68124,105779,2903.1
Cape Verde12622–4810062016.2
Central African Republic4482,2002,3882,8001,709–9154369,3254.7
Chad2821,25077463–9262209,4092.3
Chile36,6945,5003,35229,364–10,0086,173121,9245.1
China215,71329,316–3,817182,580236,80077.1
Colombia128,13737,30011,954+4,327181,719114,271159.0
Comoros007160.0
Congo956–885719,7190.7
Costa Rica1752,72015,68213,478–2,1452,95423,72612.5
Cyprus8312,700501,070–1,93158019,4383.0
Denmark171,7174,638–274176,080178,86498.4
Djibouti40758–723931,17833.3
Dominica1037041,552785–4612159220.4
Dominican Republic2,0101,0008007,5034,493–3,0572,16331,5856.8
Ecuador28,3021,84030,0981,796–1,8291132,9290.0
Egypt1,92017,1004,397–13,661962135,9240.7
El Salvador86213,00027,65822,4994,645–2,4621,59624,9856.4
Equatorial Guinea02551,912960–69705,8120.0
Ethiopia2,60110,5003,0002,4489,356–8842,31011,16020.7
Fiji4,128234863–3113,1876,95845.8
Finland108,87120,0003,31835,406–3,92992,853142,69065.1
France950,031211,85655,839–16,953777,0611,079,87072.0
Gabon1,2044,9154,622–1,29820014,0911.4
Gambia, The4543,2875,9152,231–5073445,1216.7
Germany, Federal Republic of1,468,407539,403111,607355,12582,617+46,4451,893,3541,210,760156.4
Ghana029015,5171,345–13,64981362,9831.3
Greece86810,3802,3343,198–10,35529103,5440.0
Grenada186128308–509300.0
Guatemala2,1086,5903296,228–2,7554427,6780.2
Guinea082411,26011,529239–854017,6040.0
Guinea-Bissau10790187–901,2120.0
Guyana22,1138,4989,173–1,4073314,5300.2
Haiti7444,0137,8862.615–1,35364813,6974.7
Honduras2,86421,30026,3964,673–1,7791,50719,0577.9
Hungary81,375243,882251,56685,803+683,32400.0
Iceland1,4502,50028,00030,9124,424–1,52990916,4095.5
India396,408354,500364,826141,015–33,896231,824681,17034.0
Indonesia238,91335,000257,97079,211561+1,59996,191238,95640.3
Iran, Islamic Republic of297,2612,522+5,594305,378244,056125.1
Iraq119,549124,7209,380+804,28968,4646.3
Ireland91,3979,0005,039+76388,19987,263101.1
Israel4,83657,00049,864–10,5661,407106,3601.3
Italy668,89442,497+825712,216702,400101.4
Ivory Coast3,73516,94025,86346,44132,713–3,6524,88937,82812.9
Jamaica4,17536,83620,46829,09649,633–7040,6130.0
Japan1,791,83739,40029,500130,605+ 100,6012,032,943891,690228.0
Jordan15,2811,198–4316,43616,88797.3
Kampuchea, Democratic3,119–1,2431,87615,41712.2
Kenya8,19445,00035,00039,26550,353–2,8844,22136,99011.4
Korea35,767129,000141,777–4,76318,22672,91125.0
Kuwait42,31831,195+2,76676,27926,744285.2
Lao People’s Democratic Republic0884421843–46209,4090.0
Lebanon1,611429–2381,8024,39341.0
Lesotho1,102–2678353,73922.3
Liberia1,1071,33021,50030,05910,871–125021,0070.0
Libyan Arab Jamahiriya109,91719,442+7,115136,47458,771232.2
Luxembourg14,612798–15815,25216,95590.0
Madagascar23,9408,18017,3459,710–1,9001,49819,2707.8
Malawi1,3672,5006,0177,960–94198310,9759.0
Malaysia121,14258,500111,45660,725–1,856111,516139,04880.2
Maldives14114–1314228250.1
Mali31925,23828,6891,661–1,57353515,9123.4
Malta15,0058,2411,973+88626,10511,288231.3
Mauritania7004,4603,2503,2613,716–9594979,7195.1
Mauritius1,6187,2008007,86112,816–1,4881,57515,74410.0
Mexico13131,770251,933258,3935,509–28,7764,077290,0201.4
Morocco21,78764,67147,19649,98354,340–8,11726,78885,68931.3
Nepal4484,5002873,869–7186498,1058.0
Netherlands611,96061,18591,70927,001+ 19,478811,333530,340153.0
New Zealand2,79213,0001,202–14,076514141,3220.4
Nicaragua62240,35037,0001,7003,402–1,91935119,4831.8
Niger7,147307–1987,2569,40977.1
Nigeria8,49031,882–11,86228,510157,15518.1
Norway213,47450,5973,68018,162+8,597294,511167,770175.5
Participants
Oman6,4058,9573,500+22812,0906,262193.1
Pakistan28,77885,70588,159–13,19213,132169,9897.7
Panama1,06312,00010,106–2,39356426,3222.1
Papua New Guinea33,1878,2302,932+2,07724,1039,300259.2
Paraguay17,0827,5772,089+81427,56113,697201.2
Peru3,46527,50079,650102,094–8,38713491,3190.1
Philippines8,21866,08023,24576,205–11,3409,998116,5958.6
Portugal1,4713,1002,1611,541–5,1276553,3200.1
Qatar8,0216,1961,455–3715,63512,822121.9
Romania7,27223,970126,159158,18746,660–7,5359,07575,95011.9
Rwanda10,227315292–30910,52513,69776.8
St. Lucia103135238–7,97607420.0
St. Vincent1077098–6,9464935413.9
São Tomé and Principe3372833962054.7
Saudi Arabia318,754171,62493,335–30615,421195,527314.8
Senegal1,8482,20010,52518,77812,256–26024,4620.0
Seychelles14221+31,70713940634.1
Sierra Leone15162008,5646,495–4567417,4553.9
Singapore43,8645,497–2552,67716,475319.7
Solomon Islands1,279588–1,7121,255654191.8
Somalia1,66110,40714,4259,5015,080+3,31682313,6976.0
South Africa81,03180,000102,92617,104+6069,853220,36031.7
Spain266,89311,83397,963–1,240172,787298,80557.8
Sri Lanka5,45923,5005,80012,16023,138–17,0005,23570,8687.4
Sudan4,78139,71120,11328,64842,681–5,2305,11652,1929.8
Suriname5,7992,440244–948,3887,750108.2
Swaziland5,7571,0001,2039–655,8846,43291.5
Sweden223,08112,131–1,460233,753246,52594.8
Syrian Arab Republic11,856–2,4979,35836,56425.6
Tanzania1,3721,00010,1898,061–3,1421,35831,3724.3
Thailand8,05934,04535,73253,010–7,85016,97684,65220.1
Togo4,90661,732–7052,47410,97522.5
Trinidad and Tobago54,96228,118378+2,10385,56046,231185.1
Tunisia15,225796–1,84314,17934,24341.4
Turkey6,066157,020895148,325–10,9934,664112,3074.2
Uganda2,2268,4004,50020,04420,754–2,3333,08429,39610.5
United Arab Emirates36,30514,000+43850,74338,737131.0
United Kingdom669,025658,90837,000322,86555,448164,930–108,720823,8661,913,07043.1
United States3,801,066735,717310,753–47,2154,800,3214,899,53098.0
Upper Volta7,248264–1927,3209,40977.8
Uruguay37,4364,50035,0001,2173,428–4,49323349,9770.5
Vanuatu03300.0
Venezuela396,12542,02553,0006,906+8,521400,578316,890126.4
Viet Nam07,5369952,345–6,186047,6580.0
Western Samoa138364322–113671,1425.9
Yemen Arab Republic13,76732349+79914,8396,160240.9
Yemen, People’s
Democratic Republic of3,13011,7012,468–1,74310,62022,58347.0
Yugoslavia16,893132,4783,968137,760–15,52355155,1610.0
Zaïre436,10536,109086,3090.0
Zambia9417,89026,15569,43754,391–6,7889268,2980.1
Zimbabwe8,0942093,773–3624,16810,20040.9
Total Participants15,988,4112,713,4411,551,4814,264,4473,702,7402,145,866–438,21817,107,54221,433,33079.8
General Resources Account5,456,0842,145,8663,713,794+446,7524,334,90900.0
Prescribed Holders
Arab Monetary Fund2,500115,919116,578+742,87900.0
Bank of Central African States6,0005,900+2618600.0
East Caribbean Currency Authority591760675+473500.0
Nordic Investment Bank773,6803,680+ 18400.0
Swiss National Bank1,08611,055+8512,57500.0
Total Prescribed Holders4,254126,359126,83411,055+ 1,62516,45900.0
Total21,448,7502,713,4413,823,7068,105,0753,713,7942,145,866+ 10,16021,458,91021,433,330
Table I.14.Members That Have Accepted the Obligations of Article VIII, April 30, 1983
MemberEffective Date of Acceptance
ArgentinaMay 14, 1968
AustraliaJuly 1, 1965
AustriaAugust 1, 1962
BahamasDecember 5, 1973
BahrainMarch 20, 1973
BelgiumFebruary 15, 1961
BoliviaJune 5, 1967
CanadaMarch 25, 1952
ChileJuly 27, 1977
Costa RicaFebruary 1, 1965
DenmarkMay 1, 1967
DjiboutiSeptember 19, 1980
DominicaDecember 13, 1979
Dominican RepublicAugust 1, 1953
EcuadorAugust 31, 1970
El SalvadorNovember 6, 1946
FijiAugust 4, 1972
FinlandSeptember 25, 1979
FranceFebruary 15, 1961
Germany, Fed. Rep. ofFebruary 15, 1961
GuatemalaJanuary 27, 1947
GuyanaDecember 27, 1966
HaitiDecember 22, 1953
HondurasJuly 1, 1950
IrelandFebruary 15, 1961
ItalyFebruary 15, 1961
JamaicaFebruary 22, 1963
JapanApril 1, 1964
KuwaitApril 5, 1963
LuxembourgFebruary 15, 1961
MalaysiaNovember 11, 1968
MexicoNovember 12, 1946
NetherlandsFebruary 15, 1961
New ZealandAugust 5, 1982
NicaraguaJuly 20, 1964
NorwayMay 11, 1967
OmanJune 19, 1974
PanamaNovember 26, 1946
Papua New GuineaDecember 4, 1975
PeruFebruary 15, 1961
QatarJune 4, 1973
St. LuciaMay 30, 1980
St. VincentAugust 24, 1981
Saudi ArabiaMarch 22, 1961
SeychellesJanuary 3, 1978
SingaporeNovember 9, 1968
Solomon IslandsJuly 24, 1979
South AfricaSeptember 15, 1973
SurinameJune 29, 1978
SwedenFebruary 15, 1961
United Arab EmiratesFebruary 13, 1974
United KingdomFebruary 15, 1961
United StatesDecember 10, 1946
UruguayMay 2, 1980
VanuatuDecember 1, 1982
VenezuelaJuly 1, 1976
Table I.15.Fund Quotas, Present and Proposed
Quotas

(In millions of SDRs)
Quota Shares

(As per cent of total)
MemberPresentProposedPresentProposed
Afghanistan67.586.70.1110.096
Algeria427.5623.10.7000.692
Antigua and Barbuda3.65.00.0060.006
Argentina802.51,113.01.3141.236
Australia1,185.01,619.21.9411.798
Austria495.0775.60.8110.861
Bahamas49.566.40.0810.074
Bahrain30.048.90.0490.054
Bangladesh228.0287.50.3730.319
Barbados25.534.10.0420.038
Belgium1,335.02,080.42.1862.311
Belize7.29.50.0120.011
Benin24.031.30.0390.035
Bhutan1.72.50.0030.003
Bolivia67.590.70.1110.101
Botswana13.522.10.0220.025
Brazil997.51,461.31.6341.623
Burma109.5137.00.1790.152
Burundi34.542.70.0570.047
Cameroon67.592.70.1110.103
Canada2,035.52,941.03.3343.267
Cape Verde3.04.50.0050.005
Central African Republic24.030.40.0390.034
Chad24.030.60.0390.034
Chile325.5440.50.5330.489
China1,800.02,390.92.9482.656
Colombia289.5394.20.4740.438
Comoros3.54.50.0060.005
Congo25.537.30.0420.041
Costa Rica61.584.10.1010.093
Cyprus51.069.70.0840.077
Denmark465.0711.00.7620.790
Djibouti5.78.00.0090.009
Dominica2.94.00.0050.004
Dominican Republic82.5112.10.1350.125
Ecuador105.0150.70.1720.167
Egypt342.0463.40.5600.515
El Salvador64.589.00.1060.099
Equatorial Guinea15.018.40.0250.020
Ethiopia54.070.60.0880.078
Fiji27.036.50.0440.041
Finland393.0574.90.6440.639
France2,878.54,482.84.7144.979
Gabon45.073.10.0740.081
Gambia, The13.517.10.0220.019
Germany, Federal Republic of3,234.05,403.75.2966.002
Ghana159.0204.50.2600.227
Greece277.5399.90.4540.444
Grenada4.56.00.0070.007
Guatemala76.5108.00.1250.120
Guinea45.057.90.0740.064
Guinea-Bissau5.97.50.0100.008
Guyana37.549.20.0610.055
Haiti34.544.10.0570.049
Honduras51.067.80.0840.075
Hungary375.0530.70.6140.589
Iceland43.559.60.0710.066
India1,717.52,207.72.8132.452
Indonesia720.01,009.71.1791.121
Iran, Islamic Republic of660.01,117.41.0811.241
Iraq234.1504.00.3830.560
Ireland232.5343.40.3810.381
Israel307.5446.60.5040.496
Italy1,860.02,909.13.0463.231
Ivory Coast114.0165.50.1870.184
Jamaica111.0145.50.1820.162
Japan2,488.54,223.34.0764.691
Jordan45.073.90.0740.082
Kampuchea, Democratic25.025.00.0410.028
Kenya103.5142.00.1700.158
Korea255.9462.80.4190.514
Kuwait393.3635.30.6440.706
Lao People’s Democratic Republic24.029.30.0390.033
Lebanon27.978.70.0460.087
Lesotho10.515.10.0170.017
Liberia55.571.30.0910.079
Libyan Arab Jamahiriya298.4515.70.4890.573
Luxembourg46.577.00.0760.086
Madagascar51.066.40.0840.074
Malawi28.537.20.0470.041
Malaysia379.5550.60.6220.612
Maldives1.42.00.0020.002
Mali40.550.80.0660.056
Malta30.045.10.0490.050
Mauritania25.533.90.0420.038
Mauritius40.553.60.0660.060
Mexico802.51,165.51.3141.294
Morocco225.0306.60.3680.341
Nepal28.537.30.0470.041
Netherlands1,422.02,264.82.3292.515
New Zealand348.0461.60.5700.513
Nicaragua51.068.20.0840.076
Niger24.033.70.0390.037
Nigeria540.0849.50.8840.944
Norway442.5699.00.7250.776
Oman30.063.10.0490.070
Pakistan427.5546.30.7000.607
Panama67.5102.20.1110.114
Papua New Guinea45.065.90.0740.073
Paraguay34.548.40.0570.054
Peru246.0330.90.4030.368
Philippines315.0440.40.5160.489
Portugal258.0376.60.4230.418
Qatar66.2114.90.1080.128
Romania367.5523.40.6020.581
Rwanda34.543.80.0570.049
St. Lucia5.47.50.0090.008
St. Vincent2.64.00.0040.004
São Tomé and Principe3.04.00.0050.004
Saudi Arabia2,100.03,202.43.4393.557
Senegal63.085.10.1030.095
Seychelles2.03.00.0030.003
Sierra Leone46.557.90.0760.064
Singapore92.4250.20.1510.278
Solomon Islands3.25.00.0050.006
Somalia34.544.20.0570.049
South Africa636.0915.71.0421.017
Spain835.51,286.01.3681.428
Sri Lanka178.5223.10.2920.248
Sudan132.0169.70.2160.188
Suriname37.549.30.0610.055
Swaziland18.024.70.0290.027
Sweden675.01,064.31.1051.182
Syrian Arab Republic94.5139.10.1550.154
Tanzania82.5107.00.1350.119
Thailand271.5386.60.4450.429
Togo28.538.40.0470.043
Trinidad and Tobago123.0170.10.2010.189
Tunisia94.5138.20.1550.153
Turkey300.0429.10.4910.477
Uganda75.099.60.1230.111
United Arab Emirates202.6385.90.3320.429
United Kingdom4,387.56,194.07.1866.880
United States12,607.517,918.320.64819.902
Upper Volta24.031.60.0390.035
Uruguay126.0163.80.2060.182
Vanuatu6.99.00.0110.010
Venezuela990.01,371.51.6211.523
Viet Nam135.0176.80.2210.196
Western Samoa4.56.00.0070.007
Yemen Arab Republic19.543.30.0320.048
Yemen, People’s
Democratic Republic of61.577.20.1010.086
Yugoslavia415.5613.00.6800.681
Zaïre228.0291.00.3730.323
Zambia211.5270.30.3460.300
Zimbabwe150.0191.00.2460.212
Total61,059.890,034.8100.0021100.0011

The sum of the individual percentage shares differs from 100.000 because of rounding.

The sum of the individual percentage shares differs from 100.000 because of rounding.

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