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International Monetary Fund: Fund Members, Quotas and Transactions

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International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.
Published Date:
December 1964
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As at September 30, 1964

(Expressed in millions of U.S. dollars except where noted)

Countries which have accepted the obligations of Article VIII are indicated by an asterisk

MemberQuotaFund Holdings

of Members’

Currencies as

% of Quota
Members’

Drawings
Fund’s Sales

of Members’

Currencies
Members’

Net

Drawings’1
Fund’s Net

Sales of

Members’

Currencies1
Afghanistan22.512511.211.2
Algeria60
Argentina280148377.516205
Australia40075225
Austria*753045.033.5
Belgium*337.55283179.477.1
Bolivia22.511122.47.8
Brazil280129428.4151
Burma307515
Burundi11.25
Cameroon15
Canada*5508530013057.2
Central African Republic7.5
Ceylon4512622.522.5
Chad7.5
Chile100201199.7126
China550
Colombia100190168.5114.5
Congo (Brazzaville)7.5
Congo (Leopoldville)45
Costa Rica1515321.211.7
Cyprus11.2583
Dahomey7.5
Denmark1307444.20.80.8
Dominican Republic*251151910
Ecuador2085232
El Salvador*207529.2
Ethiopia15750.6
Finland57759.5
France*787.535518.8668.3317.4
Gabon7.5
Germany, Fed. Rep. of 1787.5111,092.2501.2
Ghana3512514.214.2
Greece6075
Guatemala*15755
Guinea15
Haiti*11.2513916.77.3
Honduras*1512527.57.5
Iceland11.25756.8
India600125575200.1
Indonesia165137172.5102.5
Iran7075103.4
Iraq1575
Ireland*4576
Israel50753.8
Italy*50075225255.2
Ivory Coast15
Jamaica*2076
Japan*500642498055
Jordan11.2578
Kenya25
Korea, Republic of18.75
Kuwait*5075
Laos7.5
Lebanon6.7575
Liberia11.251455.25.2
Libya1575
Luxembourg*1580
Malagasy Republic15
Malaysia37.580
Mali1313755
Mauritania7.5
Mexico*18075112.5
Morocco52.510013.113.1
Nepal7.5
Netherlands*412.540144.1297.0144.5
New Zealand12575
Nicaragua*11.2515134.88.6
Niger7.5
Nigeria5090
Norway100759.6
Pakistan1508912.5
Panama*0.574
Paraguay11.25818.10.6
Peru*37.57514.5
Philippines7511358.328.3
Portugal6075
Rwanda11.25
Saudi Arabia*5575
Senegal25
Sierra Leone11.25
Somalia11.251133.33.3
South Africa1507583.7
Spain15049503939
Sudan1512511.75.4
Sweden*1505562.530.3
For footnotes see page210.
Syrian Arab Rep.2519939.131.1
Thailand Togo4511.2575
Trinidad & Tobago20
Tunisia22.586
Turkey8613914555.5
Uganda25
United Arab Rep.120194191.2143.2
United Kingdom*1,950752,361.56221.6
United Republic of Tanganyika and Zanzibar25
United States*4,125844004,364.1351.6
Upper Volta7.5
Uruguay301251515
Venezuela15075
Viet-Nam22.5
Yugoslavia120148136.980
15,849.57,851.427,851.421,806.431,200.3
Note: Totals may not equal sums of items because of rounding.

Includes the effects of the Fund’s gold sales for currencies and of members’ repurchases in the currencies of those members.

Includes sales of $6 million to Czechoslovakia and $72.5 million to Cuba, both former members.

Includes $10.0 million due from Cuba.

Note: Totals may not equal sums of items because of rounding.

Includes the effects of the Fund’s gold sales for currencies and of members’ repurchases in the currencies of those members.

Includes sales of $6 million to Czechoslovakia and $72.5 million to Cuba, both former members.

Includes $10.0 million due from Cuba.

International Monetary Fund Stand-By Arrangements in effect on September 30, 1964

(In millions of U.S. dollars)

MemberDate of

Agreement
Expiration

Date
Amount

Agreed
Amount

Drawn
Amount

Repurchased
Amount

Available
BoliviaSeptember 1, 1964August 31, 196512.0012.00
ChileFebruary 14, 1964February 13, 196525.0020.005.00
ColombiaFebruary 14, 1964February 13, 196510.007.502.50
Dominican RepublicAugust 1, 1964July 31, 196525.0010.0015.00
EcuadorJuly 1, 1964June 30, 196513.0013.00
HaitiOctober 1, 1963September 30, 19644.003.001.50*
HondurasAugust 5, 1964August 4, 19657.507.50
JapanMarch 11, 1964March 10, 1965305.00305.00
LiberiaJune 1, 1964May 31, 19654.401.103.30
MaliJuly 1, 1964June 30, 19659.904.954.95
NicaraguaApril 1, 1964March 31, 196511.258.602.65
PeruMarch 1, 1964February 28, 196530.0030.00
PhilippinesApril 12, 1964April 11, 196540.4040.40
SomaliaMay 1, 1964April 30, 19654.703.301.40
Syrian Arab RepublicMarch 12, 1964December 31, 196418.5018.50nil
TurkeyFebruary 15, 1964December 31, 196421.5019.002.50
United Arab RepublicMay 23, 1964May 22, 196540.0025.0015.00
United KingdomAugust 8, 1964August 7, 19651,000.001,000.00
United StatesJuly 22, 1964July 21, 1965500.00150.00350.00
2,082.15270.951.501,810.20

Haiti’s current stand-by arrangement expired on September 30, 1964 with an unused balance of $2.5 million, one-year stand-by arrangement for $4 million became effective on October 1, 1964.

Haiti’s current stand-by arrangement expired on September 30, 1964 with an unused balance of $2.5 million, one-year stand-by arrangement for $4 million became effective on October 1, 1964.

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