Summary of Medium- and Long-Term Cover Policies of Export Credit Agencies Toward Selected Economies in Transition, End-1993
|Number of Agencies||Number of Agencies Imposing Each Type of Restriction1|
|Open without restrictions||Open with restrictions2||Off cover3||Security devices4||Ceilings5||Reduced percent of cover||Case by case||Maturity limit|
|Central and Eastern European countries|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina||—||—||12||—||—||—||—||—|
|Macedonia, FYR of||1||—||11||—||—||—||—||—|
|Selected countries of former Soviet Union|
One agency can have several types of restrictions.
Including cases when restriction is only on private sector or when agency is open for medium- but not for long-term cover; agencies whose stance is not yet determined but are open on a case-by-case basis are included here.
Including agencies off cover for new business.
Including guarantees of payment or transfer, commercial bank guarantees, or irrevocable letters of credit.
Including limits on individual transactions, on total commitments, and on annual new business.