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EXTERNAL DEBT SUSTAINABILITY AND DEVELOPMENT : DRAFT RESOLUTION / EGYPT [ON BEHALF OF THE GROUP OF 77 AND CHINA]
A/C.2/73/L.11 18-17388 2/7 Reaffirming further the Paris Agreement,1 and encouraging all its parties to fully implement the Agreement, and parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change 2 that have not yet done so to deposit their instruments of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession, where appropriate, as soon as possible, Recalling the Conference on the World Financial and Economic Crisis and Its Impact on Development and its outcome document,3 Emphasizing that debt sustainability is essential for underpinning growth, underlining the importance of debt sustainability and effective debt management to the efforts to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, and acknowledging that debt crises are costly and disruptive, including for employment and productive investment, and tend to be followed by cuts in public spending, including on health and education, affecting the poor and vulnerable in particular, Reaffirming that each country has primary responsibility for its own development and that the role of national policies and development strategies, including in the area of debt management, is central to the achievement of sustainable development, and recognizing that national efforts, including to achieve development goals and to maintain debt sustainability, should be complemented by supportive global programmes, measures and policies aimed at expanding the development opportunities of developing countries, while taking into account national conditions and ensuring respect for national ownership, strategies and sovereignty, Reiterating that debt sustainability depends on a confluence of many factors at the international and national levels, and emphasizing that country-specific circumstances and the impact of external shocks, such as volatile commodity and energy prices, and of international capital flows, should continue to be taken into account in debt sustainability analyses, Expressing concern about the adverse impact of the continuing fragility of global growth, sluggish global trade, increasing protectionism and inward-looking policies, including on development, cognizant that the global economy remains in a challenging phase, and stressing the need for continued efforts to address systemic fragilities and imbalances and to reform and strengthen the international financial system while implementing the reforms agreed upon to date to attend to these challenges and to make progress towards sustaining and rebalancing global demand, Expressing deep concern that global growth has remained strongly dependent on unprecedented increases in global debt stocks in the years since the global financial crisis, and, in conjunction with the fast integration of developing countries into international financial markets, including for purposes of debt refinancing, exposes a growing number of developing economies to highly sensitive and amplified reactions to even mildly adverse economic developments, or the perception of such, in financial markets, Recognizing the important role, on a case-by-case basis, of debt relief, including debt cancellation, as appropriate, and debt restructuring as debt crisis prevention, management and resolution tools, Recalling its resolution 69/319 of 10 September 2015, entitled “Basic Principles on Sovereign Debt Restructuring Processes”, Reiterating that severe natural disasters and social or economic shocks can undermine a country’s debt sustainability, and noting that public creditors have taken __________________ 1 Adopted under the UNFCCC in FCCC/CP/2015/10/Add.1, decision 1/CP.21. 2 United Nations, Treaty Series, vol. 1771, No. 30822. 3 Resolution 63/303, annex. (...) Welcomes the reforms to pari passu and collective action clauses proposed by the International Capital Market Association and endorsed by the International Monetary Fund to reduce the vulnerability of sovereigns to holdout creditors, encourages countries to take further action to include those clauses in all their bond issuances, and welcomes the continued work of the International Monetary Fund to monitor the uptake of the clauses and explore options for resolving the issue with the outstanding stock of debt without such clauses; 26.
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LETTER DATED 85/03/18 FROM THE MINISTER, CHARGE D'AFFAIRES A.I. OF THE PERMANENT MISSION OF URUGUAY TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
night ensue if it is nog dealE with in an appropriate polltical franework; A/40/r84 E/1985/6r Eng 1i-sh Page 4 (e) The proposed political dialogue'should enconpass not only the aspects relating exclusively to the refinancing of the debt but also the proposals contained i.n the Cartaqena Conaensus.
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ASSISTANCE TO BOTSWANA : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
They include $10 million from Norway for refinancing half of an IBRD road loan, which will thus make it possible for Botswana to borrow the same amount for some other project. 18. (...) General programme assistance (not tied to projects) Sum provided or pledged (in thousand United States dollars) 1 000 57 10 000 5 10 5 230 1 000 Source Notes Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa (BAmA) India Projects to be agreed For Indian goods or services Norway For refinancing 50 per cent of IBRD road loan, Mahalapye-Serule Pakistan For Pakistani goods Senegal For United Nations Special Account United Kingdom Will probably be used for railway LJNDP Addition to Indicative Planning Figure Total: 1.7 302 I...
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DRAFT ENERGY EFFICIENCY 21 PROJECT FINANCING MECHANISM : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
A capital corporation with an unlimited life and a higher degree of leverage This option would offer the most flexibility in terms of the range of debt funding and debt/lease financing options available. (...) The second option would provide greater flexibility, while still maintaining an equity-led investment at focus. The third option would place the greatest emphasis on providing medium-and-long-term debt financing, both to projects and to local financial intermediaries.
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COMMERCIAL BANK FINANCING OF SMALL-SCALE INDUSTRIES : POLICIES AND MEASURES : EXPERT GROUP MEETING ON FINANCING OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN RELATION TO OVERALL DEVELOPMENT EFFORTS, 12-16 JUNE 1972. BEIRUT, LEBANON
From the banks which did provide us specific statistics, the follow ing table can be prepared: Normal recovery ;u 0f number of loans ',. of amount of Ethiopia India Pakistan Philippines Taiwan Thailand 55.66 32 ^0 90 80 85 10 10 87 92 44.5 n.a. -22- Refinanced or renewed Ethiopia 33-33 60 India 20 10 Pakistan 15 12 Philippines 80 80 Taiwan n.a. n.a. (...) Thailand 0-5 n-»- It is not possible to draw general conclusions except perhaps that refinancing and renewals are relatively high, but not necessarily much higher than for the industrial sector as a whole.
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BERMUDA : WORKING PAPER / PREPARED BY THE SECRETARIAT
In June 2000, the Government refinanced its five- year $110 million loan, adding an additional $40 million to finance its Capital Expenditure Programme. The Government’s debt following the refinancing will be $143 million, which is below the $250 million borrowing limit set by Bermuda statute. 25.
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SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON PEACE-KEEPING OPERATIONS: SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 17TH MEETING HELD AT HEADQUARTERS, NEW YORK, ON WEDNESDAY, 25 AUGUST 1965
The Latin American delegations considered that the problem of the debts could perhaps be solved in a practical manner by establishing, for example, a special refinancing account which, through voluntary contributions, would settle any credits and debts still outstanding on 31 December 1965.
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MAINSTREAMING THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS INTO ECONOMIC POLICYMAKING
Given the wide range of options for environmental tax reform, countries should consider their objectives in addition to factors such as environmental impact, economic efficiency and cost-effectiveness, distributional impacts, and administrative and political feasibility.17 30. (...) In Indonesia, a road map has been developed to create a green banking framework aimed at developing capacities for environmental risk assessment and green lending with compulsory elements.21 In Bangladesh, the banking sector is a key focus for fiscal support schemes to reduce barriers to financing green assets, such as preferable refinancing rates.22 36. A comprehensive assessment of sustainable banking in South-East Asian countries reveals that several banks have begun to embrace sustainability as part of their business strategy and understand that their environmental, social and governance risks and opportunities lie mainly within their portfolios rather than their own operations. (...) It has also introduced a green refinancing scheme and a mandatory credit quota for loans. 23 World Wide Fund for Nature and National University of Singapore, Sustainable Banking in ASEAN: Update 2018 (Gland, Switzerland, 2018). 24 Additional information about the Principles for Responsible Banking is available at www.unepfi.org/banking/bankingprinciples/. 25 Kelly Hamrick, State of Private Investment in Conservation 2016: A Landscape Assessment of an Emerging Market (Washington, D.C., Forest Trends Association, 2016).
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Debt relief: includes debt forgiveness, i.e. the extinction of a loan by agreement between the creditor (donor) and the debtor (aid recipient), and other action on debt, including debt swaps, buy-backs and refinancing. T he data on aid used in this Report are derived from the OECD International Development Statistics (IDS) databases, which record information provided annually by all member countries of the OECD Development Assistance Committee (DAC).
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STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY ARMS OF COMFORT FOUNDATION
One of such MOUs was the N13 billion mortgages refinancing under the government backed Federal Integrated Staff Housing (FISH) programme signed to facilitate approval of loan to some civil servants to facilitate their purchase houses under the programme.
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