Public International Lending for Development

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INDEX OF SUBJECTS
African Associated States, 105, 107
African Development Bank, 146
Agency for International Development, 90-96, 225-227; approach to development lending, 93-97, 116-117; loan terms, 90-91, 196, 208-209; loans, Appendix C, Tables 1-4, 228-231; project versus program assistance, 116- 124
Alliance for Progress, 77, 80, 161-162; Inter-American Committee for, 80, 128, 162; Panel of Nine, 80, 111n, 125, 128, 161, 163
Bank for International Settlements, 14-15
Bogota Conference of 1960, 77, 135
Bretton Woods, Act of, 1945, 45-46
Bretton Woods Institutions, 42-46, 59-60n; see also International Monetary Fund; World Bank Group
Burden of international lending, 31, 196-201; and balance of payments, 201-203; loans versus grants, 200-201, 209; and social opportunity cost, 197-201
Caisse Central de Cooperation Economique, 103
Canada, 5-7, 102-103
Capital absorptive capacity, 164-173
Capital imports, 155-156; and debt-servicing capacity, 185- 196
Capital requirements of developing countries, 149-157
Central American Bank for Economic Integration, 145- 146
Chile, 99-100, 117-118, 120- 121; Chilean Central Savings and Loan Bank, 138, 148n
Colombia, 117-118
Commonwealth Development Corporation (CDC), 103
Consortia of aid agencies, 57, 64, 111n
Cooley loans, 92; see also Public Law 480
Credit worthiness, 4-6, 50
Debt-service capacity, 68-70, 174-196; debt-service-exchange earnings ratio, 180- 182; export earnings, 188- 193; gap between growth of exports and imports, Table 2, 187-192; and liquidity, Table 1, 176-182; and loan terms, 193-196, 208-209
Development Assistance Committee (DAC) of OECD, 29-31
Development lending, 20-21, 46-59, 62-65, 93-96; and national economic plans, 157- 164; obstacles to, 20-21
Development Loan Committee, 81, 226

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