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., disability/elders), LKR5,000 was the total amount received, regardless of level of benefit before 5,739,364 (individuals) Two ‘one-off’ transfers of LKR5,000, totalling LKR10,000 2 Social assistance Emergency cash transfer LKR 5,000 Relief Allowance (Oct. 2020) Self-quarantined families received an allowance worth LKR5,000 2 New intervention Quarantined families who lost their livelihoods 1,409,578 (households) LKR5,000 3 Social assistance Emergency in-kind transfers LKR10,000 relief food bags (Nov. 2020) Self-quarantined families received two relief bags containing LKR5,000 worth of dry food items 1 New intervention Vulnerable families under self-quarantine in their homes due to the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic 417,427 beneficiaries LKR10,000 4 Social assistance Subsidies Special Loan Scheme for the Festive Season (Apr. 2021) Special loan scheme for a maximum of LKR50,000 at a 0.625% monthly interest rate repayable over 11 months – New intervention Public- and private-sector salaried employees; daily wage earners with State Bank accounts; government pensioners and Samurdhi beneficiaries – Amount depends on the earnings of the beneficiaries 5 Labour market/ employment protection Loan deferral for self- employed workers; subsidised credit for payroll Saubagya fiscal and financial concessions for businesses affected by COVID-19 (Jul. 2020) Moratorium on lease instalments for self-employed persons, including owners of three- wheelers, trucks, school buses and vans, and self-employed motorists 6 New intervention Self-employed businesses and individuals having lost jobs or income due to COVID-19. (...) Most beneficiaries received transfers worth between 8 per cent and 16 per cent of average household monthly consumption; therefore, issues of improving adequacy need to be considered. 6 International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth FIGURE 5 Benefit value (adequacy) of selected programmes and responses in Sri Lanka Source: IPC-IG (2021) 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% Emergency Cash Transfers, various* 8% Special loan for Fesve Season Relief Food Bags – LKR 10,000 Relief Allowance – LKR 5,000 Benefit as share of average household consumpon 78% 16% 8% Note: *Various ECTs include: Samurdhi, Senior Citizens’ Allowance, Disability benefit, Kidney Disease benefit, and ECTs for workers whose livelihood was affected. 2.3 Social insurance and labour market responses The GoSL planned to deliver pensions to 645,179 public-sector recipients, as well as to double the benefits provided by the National Insurance Trust Fund (also known as Agrahara, operating under the Ministry of Finance) for key workers— i.e. health care, police and civil security professionals (IPC-IG 2021; Gentilini et al. 2020; ILO 2020). (...) Loans are to be repaid by employees through monthly instalments from January to October 2021.
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Score: 1459001.6 - https://www.unicef.org/srilank...OVID-19%20in%20Sri%20Lanka.pdf
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With that first loan, the women in Mpumalanga converted an old school dormitory into a functioning plant. (...) Their latest loan is worth about $1 mn, with $800,000 of it guaranteed by Thembani. (...) Such loans have benefited more than 1 million low-income South Africans.
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Score: 1454145 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...ary-2009/banking-african-women
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Ultimately it comes down to a question of reading and purchase. Are these books worth either/both? Certainly they are worth reading, largely because of their perspectives: Clover forces the reader to confront some very powerful ideas, whilst Peacock provides a sensible and well thought-out avenue to pursue. (...) Hong Shen, Wenli li, A Review of the Student Loans Scheme in China, ISBN 92-9223-001-8 (115pp.). Yue Ping Chung, The Student Loans Scheme in Hong Kong, ISBN 92-9223-002-6 (67pp.).
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Score: 1431815.5 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...plates/ERP/docs2012/bookc3.pdf
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When required, inventory loans or donations with expected arrival/delivery and expiration dates. 2. (...) Calculate the months’ worth of stock by comparing the system-wide available inventory against the estimated demand for the following months. (...) The other traditional method miscalculates the months’ worth of stock in June which would result in a stockout in July.
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Score: 1431063 - https://www.unicef.org/supply/...ugh-prescriptive-analytics.pdf
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IT IS HEREBY DECIDED Article 1: Banks shall be required, under the conditions set forth in this Prakas, to maintain at all times a maximum ratio of 20 percent between their overall exposure resulting from their operations with each individual beneficiary and their net worth. A large exposure means the overall exposure resulting from their operations with a single beneficiary where such exposure exceeds 20% of their net worth. Article 2: For the purposes of this Prakas, the net worth shall be calculated in accordance with the provisions of the Prakas on the calculation of the bank's net worth. (...) However, items deducted in calculating the net worth in accordance with the provisions of the Prakas on the calculation of the bank's net worth shall not be counted as exposures.
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Score: 1409799.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/khm_e/WTACCKHM3A3_LEG_24.pdf
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International Monetary Fund approves $2.1 billion loan for hard-hit Iceland 20 November 2008 The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has approved a $2.1 billion loan to Iceland to help the Nordic nation stabilize its currency, restore confidence in its banking system and limit the harshest effects of the global financial crisis. International Monetary Fund approves $7.6 billion package for Pakistan 17 November 2008 The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and Pakistan have agreed to an assistance package worth $7.6 billion to help the Asian country combat the worst effects of the global financial turmoil. International Monetary Fund approves package of nearly $16 billion for Hungary 7 November 2008 The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has approved a standby arrangement for Hungary worth nearly $16 billion to help the Central European country stave off a deepening of its economic troubles amid the global financial crisis.
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Score: 1407700.1 - https://news.un.org/en/tags/imf/video/0
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International Monetary Fund approves $2.1 billion loan for hard-hit Iceland 20 November 2008 The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has approved a $2.1 billion loan to Iceland to help the Nordic nation stabilize its currency, restore confidence in its banking system and limit the harshest effects of the global financial crisis. International Monetary Fund approves $7.6 billion package for Pakistan 17 November 2008 The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and Pakistan have agreed to an assistance package worth $7.6 billion to help the Asian country combat the worst effects of the global financial turmoil. International Monetary Fund approves package of nearly $16 billion for Hungary 7 November 2008 The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has approved a standby arrangement for Hungary worth nearly $16 billion to help the Central European country stave off a deepening of its economic troubles amid the global financial crisis.
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Score: 1407700.1 - https://news.un.org/en/tags/imf/audio/0
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NBC/B700/47 February 16, 2000 Prakas On Banks' Net Worth Calculation The Governor of the National Bank of Cambodia  Referring to the 1993 Constitution of the Kingdom of Cambodia;  Referring to Kram No. (...) Total C: BASE NET WORTH = A - B 4. Sub-total D Items to be added - Revaluation reserves, with the prior agreement of NBC - Subordinated debt, with the prior agreement of NBC - Other items (1) with the prior agreement of NBC 5. (...) Article 2: The net worth as calculated above shall be taken into account for the calculation of prudential ratios pertaining to solvency, risk division, and foreign exchange exposure.
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Score: 1407509.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/khm_e/WTACCKHM3A3_LEG_30.pdf
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.  That makes their performance and their share prices extremely pro-cyclical.  Airline stocks are worth invest in following a recession.  As economic data (growth and employment figures in particular) start to rebound, airline stocks follow. (...) It also received $425 million Islamic financing from Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank, Dubai Commercial Bank and Dubai Islamic Bank.  Al Etihad Airways received $212 million loan from Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank (and 2 other foreign banks) in 2008 to buy 3 aircrafts. (...) The Role of Arab Banks in Financing Regional Airports  First Abu Dhabi Bank, Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank and Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank (in addition to 3 global banks) provided a $3 billion dual conventional and Islamic loan to Dubai Government in 2017 to expand Dubai International Airport and Al Maktum International Airport.  National Bank of Kuwait and Kuwait Finance House provided KD250 million in 2017 for Kuwait International Airport to construct new terminal.
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Score: 1375040.3 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...inancial%20Institutions%20.pdf
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"The Central Bank of Russia shall acquire in the fourth quarter of 1998 fixedcoupon federal loan bonds upon their primary placement at an overall nominal value of up to 25.2 billion roubles. Set the maturity of 8.5 billion roubles worth of these securities at no earlier than 2005, and 16.7 billion roubles worth at no earlier than 2013, with ten per cent annual yields on these securities payable twice a year amounting to 3.5 billion roubles, and five percent annual yields amounting to 21.7 billion roubles. (...) "The said indebtedness shall be accepted as a state domestic debt of the Russian Federation through the issuance by the Russian Federation's Ministry of Finance to the Central Bank of Russia, of 2.85 billion roubles worth of fixed-coupon federal loan bonds maturing in 2009, and another 2.85 billion roubles worth maturing in 2010, with five percent annual yields payable in May and November." 4.
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Score: 1369770.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/rus_e/WTACCRUS33A1_LEG_6.pdf
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