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How the balances are used to prepare the profit and loss statement and balance sheet 6. (...) Month Date Item Credit Debit Balance Deposit Withdrawal Balance Deposit Withdrawal Balance Extended Paid back Outstanding 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Balance 12 1 2 1 Previous balance 6,610,000 9,000,000 10,000,000 End balance No. of mem- bers 3 External Loans Interest Capital Income from sale of passbooks Income from membership fee Other expenses Loan received Repayments Outstanding Received Paid on Balance Received Paid Balance Received Balance Received Balance Paid Balance Remarks 13 14 Balance from members external loan 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 2715 16 17 3,000,000 800,000 4,000,000 200,000 210,000 600,000 4 5 Checking the balance The balance in the cash on hand section should always equal savings balance - loan balance + external loan balance + interest received + income from passbook + capital + income from membership fee – other expenses. (...) Month Date Item Credit Debit Balance Deposit Withdrawal Balance Deposit Withdrawal Balance Extended Paid back Outstanding 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Balance 12 1 2 1 Previous balance 6,610,000 9,000,000 10,000,000 2 2 1 Membership fees 150 225,000 6,835,000 No. of mem- bers 3.
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Score: 599510.16 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_100503.pdf
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Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries | GIEWS - Global Information and Early Warning System on Food and Agriculture | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español GIEWS - Global Information and Early Warning System on Food and Agriculture Background Reports Country Analysis Data & Tools Subscribe Crop Prospects and Food Situation Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries Food Outlook FPMA Bulletin GIEWS Updates GIEWS Special Alerts Special Reports Market Profiles Earth Observation El Niño/La Niña Collection Reports contributed by GIEWS Discontinued Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries The Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries is a statistical report which contains a subset of FAO/GIEWS Country Cereal Balance System (CCBS) data. The CCBS is a database of annual supply and utilization balances for main cereals, covering all countries of the world. (...) EN FR ES ZH Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.4 , 12 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.3 , 09 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.2 , 07 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.1 , 03 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.4 , 11 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.3 , 09 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.2 , 07 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.1 , 03 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.4 , 11 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.3 , 08 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.2 , 05 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.1 , 02 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.4 , 12 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.3 , 09 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.2 , 06 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.1, 02 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.4, 12 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.3, 09 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.2, 06 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.1, 02 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.4, 11 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.3, 09 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.2, 06 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.1, 02 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.4, 11 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.3, 09 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.2, 05 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.1, 02 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.4, 11 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.3, 09 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.2, 05 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.1, 02 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.4, 11 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.3, 08 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.2, 04 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.1, 01 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.4, 10 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.3, 06 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.2, 03 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.1, 01 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.5, 11 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.4, 09 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.3, 06 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.2, 03 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.1, 01 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.4, 11 Cereal supply and demand balances for sub-Saharan African countries - No.3, 09 Contact us Terms and Conditions Scam Alert Report Misconduct Jobs Procurement Governing Bodies Office of the Inspector General Evaluation Legal Office Ethics Office FAO organizational chart Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices X Follow us on                                         Download our App © FAO, 2022
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Score: 597944.53 - https://www.fao.org/giews/repo...haran-africa-cereal-report/en/
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A trial balance is expected to balance to zero when all GL accounts are included. (...) A trial balance is expected to balance to zero when all GL accounts are included. (...) A trial balance is expected to balance to zero when all GL accounts are included.
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Score: 595738.96 - https://umoja.un.org/umoja-reporting/1181
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A trial balance is expected to balance to zero when all GL accounts are included. (...) A trial balance is expected to balance to zero when all GL accounts are included. (...) A trial balance is expected to balance to zero when all GL accounts are included.
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Score: 595738.96 - https://umoja.un.org/fr/umoja-reporting/1181
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An Integrated Framework for Financial Positions and Flows on a From-Whom-to-Whom Basis: Concepts, Status, and Prospects The views expressed herein are those of the author and should not be attributed to the IMF, its Executive Board, or its management Balance of Payments Division IMF Statistics Department Workshop on Harmonization of Balance of Payments and National Accounts Brasilia, June 27-29, 2017 Venkat Josyula, Statistics Department, IMF Consistency Between Balance of Payments and National Accounts: Experience and Perspectives Balance of Payments Division IMF Statistics Department Outline  Improving the quality of macroeconomic statistics  STA’s Experience with consistency • Data Assessment Quality Framework and ROSC missions • Cross-Sector Consistency Group • Balance Sheet Approach Perspectives  BOP and NA consistency (Financial Balance Sheet vs IIP)  Some conceptual issues  Source data considerations –example of ITRS (insurance, FISIM)  Final Remarks 2 Balance of Payments Division IMF Statistics Department Improving the Quality of Macroeconomic Statistics  IMF’s Statistics Department (STA) aims at improving the quality of macroeconomic statistics in member countries  High-quality statistics support IMF surveillance and are pre- requisites for the formulation of appropriate macroeconomic and financial policies Data Quality  Five dimensions under data quality assessment framework (DQAF) of IMF  One of them is serviceability and covers -Periodicity and timeliness -Consistency -revision policy and practice 3 Balance of Payments Division IMF Statistics Department STA’s Experience  Focus on consistency across all macroeconomic datasets  For identified datasets  Not specific to BOP and NA consistency  Data Assessment Quality Framework (DQAF 2013)  Cross-Sector Consistency Group  Balance Sheet Approach 4 Balance of Payments Division IMF Statistics Department DQAF - Consistency  4.2.3: Statistics are consistent or reconcilable with those obtained through other data sources and/or statistical frameworks. (...) -largely consistent with balance of payments, government finance statistics, and other statistical frameworks, as relevant Refer to Annex (Table on DQAF 4.2.3) for countries present in the workshop 5 Balance of Payments Division IMF Statistics Department ROSC Missions  Some insights from recent ROSC missions –assessment based on DAQF  Uruguay (2014) –National Accounts -National accounts statistics are largely consistent with balance of payments statistics. (...)  Sectoral balance sheets under SDDS plus: consistency between financial balance sheet (ROW) and IIP came into prominence  Users may raise questions on differences between Financial Balance Sheet (ROW) and IIP reported to IMF  Let us discuss two examples: USA and Canada 13 Balance of Payments Division IMF Statistics Department BOP and NA consistency: Financial Balance Sheet of ROW vs IIP United States  Large differences.  No relevant information available on DQAF.  Some observed differences are due to: - Financial derivatives not included in ROW, but covered in IIP - Most of the debt securities at book value in ROW and at market value in IIP Note that two different agencies responsible for IIP and ROW accounts 14 Balance of Payments Division IMF Statistics Department BOP and NA consistency: Financial Balance Sheet vs IIP Canada  Minor differences observed  As per DQAF, Canada's IIP is consistent with the rest of the Canadian system of macroeconomic accounts and there is a complete concordance in the data with Canada's National Balance Sheet Accounts.  Note that the same agency (Statistics Canada) responsible for compilation of sectoral accounts (financial balance sheet) and IIP 15 Balance of Payments Division IMF Statistics Department BOP and NA consistency: Financial Balance Sheet of ROW vs IIP  Mapping of BOP/IIP functional categories to financial instruments in ROW needs careful consideration  Some countries make errors in mapping that lead to large discrepancies - Good understanding of both the concepts, i.e. functional categories (DI, PI, RA, and OI) and financial instruments necessary to implement a correct mapping - DI Debt instruments: some assumption based on expert judgement needed to map them to financial instruments in ROW - Reserve assets: detailed data required - Reserve position in the Fund: currency and deposits - Forex reserves: mainly debt securities, and currency and deposits 16 Balance of Payments Division IMF Statistics Department Some Conceptual Differences  May lead to discrepancies.
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Score: 592175.5 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...-consystency_bop-na-fmi-vj.pdf
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An assessment of each account with a credit balance was feasible given there are currently fifteen States with credit balance. If it is determined that the credit balance will be drawn down and eliminated within the next 2-3 years, carrying the balance forward is deemed a reasonable option. 3.1.2 Under option (b), the materiality of the credit balance in conjunction with the means of processing the return of funds is considered. (...) Also, individual credits can be netted with combined invoices that are paid through ASECNA to facilitate the processing of immaterial credit balances or a large individual credit. 3.2 Credit balances subsequent to SCRAG/21 billing calculations:  1 new credit balances resulted;  9 credit balances reduced;  5 credit balance increased; and  1 credit balance eliminated. 4.
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Score: 586780.7 - https://www.icao.int/sustainab...SCRAG/Scrag-21/SCRAG21WP14.pdf
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An assessment of each account with a credit balance was feasible given there are currently seventeen States with credit balance. If it is determined that the credit balance will be drawn down and eliminated within the next 2-3 years, carrying the balance forward is deemed a reasonable option. 3.1.2 Under option (b), the materiality of the credit balance in conjunction with the means of processing the return of funds is considered. (...) Also, individual credits can be netted with combined invoices that are paid through ASECNA to facilitate the processing of immaterial credit balances or a large individual credit. 3.2 Credit balances subsequent to SCRAG/20 billing calculations: • 5 new credit balances resulted; • 8 credit balances were reduced; • 2 credit balances were eliminated; and • 1 credit balance was refunded during the course of the year. 4.
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Score: 586780.7 - https://www.icao.int/sustainab...SCRAG/Scrag-20/SCRAG20WP17.pdf
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bop.PDF TRADE MEASURES FOR BALANCE-OF-PAYMENTS PURPOSES 194 DECLARATION ON TRADE MEASURES TAKEN FOR BALANCE-OF-PAYMENTS PURPOSES Adopted on 28 November 1979 (L/4904) The CONTRACTING PARTIES, Having regard to the provisions of Articles XII and XVIII:B of the General Agreement; Recalling the procedures for consultations on balance-of-payments restrictions approved by the Council on 28 April 19701 and the procedures for regular consultations on balance-of-payments restrictions with developing countries approved by the Council on 19 December 19722; Convinced that restrictive trade measures are in general an inefficient means to maintain or restore balance-of-payments equilibrium; Noting that restrictive import measures other than quantitative restrictions have been used for balance-of-payments purposes; Reaffirming that restrictive import measures taken for balance-of- payments purposes should not be taken for the purpose of protecting a particular industry or sector; Convinced that the contracting parties should endeavour to avoid that restrictive import measures taken for balance-of-payments purposes stimulate new investments that would not be economically viable in the absence of the measures; Recognizing that the less-developed contracting parties must take into account their individual development, financial and trade situation when implementing restrictive import measures taken for balance-of-payments purposes; Recognizing that the impact of trade measures taken by developed countries on the economies of developing countries can be serious; Recognizing that developed contracting parties should avoid the imposition of restrictive trade measures for balance-of-payments purposes to the maximum extent possible; _______________ 1BISD 18S/48-53. 2BISD 20S/47-49. TRADE MEASURES FOR BALANCE-OF-PAYMENTS PURPOSES 195 Agree as follows: 1. (...) All restrictive import measures taken for balance-of-payments purposes shall be subject to consultation in the GATT Committee on Balance-of- Payments Restrictions (hereinafter referred to as "Committee"). 5.
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Score: 586363.33 - https://www.wto.org/english/docs_e/legal_e/tokyo_bop_e.pdf
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WTO | Balance of payments - Technical Information WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION Home   |  About WTO   |  News & events   |  Trade topics   |  WTO membership   |  Documents & resources   |  External relations Contact us   |  Site map   |  A-Z   |  Search español   français home trade topics balance of payments technical information BALANCE OF PAYMENTS: TECHNICAL INFORMATION Technical Information on Balance of Payments back to top Introduction   Under the rules of the WTO, any trade restriction taken by a Member must be consistent, or in compliance, with the rules of the international trading system. Under the provisions of Article XII, XVIII:B and the “Understanding of the Balance-of-Payments Provisions of the GATT 1994”, a Member may apply import restrictions for balance-of-payments reasons.    (...) back to top Conclusions   The Committee may come to a consensus that the balance-of-payments situation warrants the measures imposed, and that the application of the measures is consistent with the balance-of-payments provisions.
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Score: 585866.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/bop_e/bop_info_e.htm
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WTO - balance of payments WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION Home   |  About WTO   |  News & events   |  Trade topics   |  WTO membership   |  Documents & resources   |  External relations Contact us   |  Site map   |  A-Z   |  Search español   français home trade topics balance of payments Balance of payments WTO members facing balance-of-payment difficulty may apply import restrictions under provisions in the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) 1994 and under the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS). back to top News   back to top Introduction Technical information on balance of payments   back to top The provisions Use of the balance of payments provisions in the WTO is governed by the following agreements, which can be downloaded or browsed from the legal texts gateway. Articles XII and XVIII:B of GATT 1994 The Understanding on the Balance-of-payments Provisions of the GATT 1994 Article XII of the GATS    back to top Work on balance of payments in the WTO, and official documents The Committee on Balance of Payments Restrictions consults with Members who maintain restrictions for balance-of-payments reasons. (...) Technical cooperation handbook on Balance of payments notification requirements Share    Committee meetings    Problems viewing this page?
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Score: 585131.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/bop_e/bop_e.htm
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