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International debt statistics 2014, Volume 1
Author:Levent, Ibrahim; Fantom, Neil; Huang, Wendy; Maeda, Hiroko; Olmedo, Patricia; Pogor, Iulian; Pollock, Malvina; Rucaj, Evis; Sukaj, Rubena; Song, Sun Hwa; Taran, Maryna; Vellos, Rasiel; Venkatesan, Alagiriswamy; Country:World;
Date Stored:2014/02/14Document Date:2014/01/01
Document Type:PublicationSubTopics:Bankruptcy and Resolution of Financial Distress; External Debt; Emerging Markets; Debt Markets; Deposit Insurance
Region:The World RegionReport Number:84691
Volume No:1  

Summary: International Debt Statistics (IDS) 2014 presents data and analytical information on the external debt of developing countries for 2012, based on actual flows and debt-related transactions reported to the World Bank Debtor Reporting System (DRS) by 124 developing countries. It provides users with comprehensive stock and flow data on the external debt of individual developing countries and for regional and analytical groupings. In addition, IDS showcases the broader spectrum of debt data collected and compiled by the World Bank. These include the high frequency, quarterly data for high-income and selected developing countries reporting to the joint World Bank - International Monetary Fund (IMF) Quarterly External Debt Statistics (QEDS), and the Public Sector Debt (PSD) database launched in 2010. In common with the DRS, these databases promote consistency and comparability across countries through standard definitions and valuation methods. IDS also include a summary analysis of aggregate net capital flows (debt and equity) in 2012.

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