Back Matter

Annex I. Comparison With BIS Stocks of Claims and Liabilities With the IIP

(in USD millions)

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Source: BRI, BCRG NA: not available

Annex II. Consistency Between the TOFE and the Balance of Payments

Annex II (a). Consistency Between the TOFE and the Balance of Payments

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Source: BPM6, our analyses

Annex II (b). Consistency Between the TOFE and the Balance of Payments 2014–2017.

(in USD millions)

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Source: BCRG, MEF

Annex III. DSBP Balance of Payments and Balance of Payments Including Recalculated Financial Account

(in USD millions)

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Source: BCRG, our calculations

Annex IV. Consistency Between BCRG Financial Liabilities and IMF Data in 2015 and 2016

(in USD millions)

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Source: BCRG, IMF data

Annex V. Direct Investment Form

Additional Information on Foreign Investments in Resident Enterprises

I. Transactions in Equity Securities

I.1. Shareholders Equity After Allocation of Earnings (**)

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(**): This information is the information presented on the respondent companies’ balance sheets.

I.2. Geographic Distribution of Capital Stock Held by of Investors

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(***): If multiple creditors reside in the same country, distinguish them by repeating the country name whenever necessary. Attach a detailed statement if additional space is needed.

I.3. Geographic Distribution of Equity Investments Held by Your Company Abroad

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(****): The enterprise in which your company has invested.

II. Transactions in Debt Instruments

Debt instruments are instruments that require repayment of principal and/or payment of interest at one time or another in the future. They include cash, deposits, debt securities, loans, commercial credits, etc. The information concerns claims and liabilities.

II.1. Geographic Distribution of Your Company’s Exposures Vis-à-vis Nonresidents

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(*): If multiple creditors reside in the same country, distinguish them by repeating the country name whenever necessary. Attach a detailed statement if additional space is needed.

II.2. Geographic Distribution of Your Company’s Claims on Nonresidents

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(**): The country of residence of entities on which your company holds claims.

Entities to which your company is related by direct investment, i.e.: (i) investors that directly or indirectly hold at least 10 percent of the capital of your company; (ii) nonresident companies in which your company directly or indirectly holds at least 10 percent of the capital; or (iii) companies which you have a common parent company, provided that neither company holds 10 percent or more of the capital stock of the other.

However, inter-company claims between affiliated financial intermediaries (other than insurance companies and pension funds) are excluded from direct investment, regardless of the type of instrument. In this regard, they are not included in this category.

Creditors or debtors that do not satisfy criterion A.

Annex VI. Guinea’s Balance of Payments Published on the BCRG Website

Central Bank of the Republic of Guinea

Directorate General of Analysis and Statistics

Directorate of Statistics and Balance of Payments

Balance of Payments Unit (SBP)

Balance of Payments: BPM6 Analytical Presentation

BP6GINA.wk1: Last update: 03/09/2018

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NB: * GDP in 2017: forecast from the macroeconomic framing** Debt service in 2017: forecast from the macroeconomic framing *** Stock of debt in 2017: forecast from the macroeconomic framing**** Revised data based on the most recent information provided by the Ministry of Mines and Société Minière de Boké (SMB)Source: BCRG

Annex VII. DGD Valuation of Bauxite

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Valuation of Crude Bauxite

Formula applicable to the valuation of mining products and calculation of extraction and export taxes and duties for crude bauxite.

Determination of value

V=Qseché×TETS×LME

QS = Dry quantity

TE = Content when loaded

TS = Standard content obtained from Ministry of Mines geological map

LME = London Metal Exchange obtained quarterly

QS = QE- (QE X TH)

QE = Quantity loaded on board vessel

TH = Moisture content obtained by independent analysis by specialized company; varies from 7 percent to 12 percent

Calculation of extraction and export taxes and duties

Extraction (Tax)

Ex = V x 0.075%

Export duty (Customs)

Ep = V x 0. 075%

Under article 161 of the new Mining Code, we prefer the use of the simplified declaration to allow companies to pay the assessments (taxes and duties) at a single rate.

T = V x 0.15%

NB The taxable event for purposes of the mining tax is removal of the ore from the mine head; the tax is payable by the fifteenth of the month following export (Amended Mining Code of 2011).

The Bureau Chief

Lt. Col. Aly Fancinadouno

Customs inspector