Table VI. 1
Principal Debt Indicators: Fifteen Heavily Indebted Countries (HICs) and Sub–Saharan Africa (SSA)—Selected Years
(In percent: unless otherwise indicated)
Source: International Monetary Fund, World Economic Outlook (various issues).Note
: The group of 1 5 heavily indebted countries comprises those countries associated with the “Program for Sustained Growth” proposed by the Governor for the United States at the 1 985 Fund/Bank Annual Meetings in Seoul. These countries are; Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Cote d’lvoire, Ecuador, Mexico, Morocco, Nigeria, Peru, Philippines, Uruguay, Venezuela, and Yugoslavia. Sub–Saharan Africa comprises all African countries (as defined in International Financial Statistics) except Algeria, Morocco, Nigeria, South Africa, and Tunisia. Excludes debt, owed and debt service paid, to the Fund. Total debt is shown in billions of U.S. dollars, exports includes goods and services, and data for 1975 and 1990 are estimates.