Officially Supported Export Credits : Developments and Prospects

Author/Editor:

Christopher J. Jarvis ; Balázs Horváth ; Michael G. Kuhn

Publication Date:

December 1, 1995

Summary:

This study discusses the importance of export credits, their recent growth, and the trend toward more extensive reliance by official bilateral creditors on export credits as an instrument of financial support, and raises a number of issues regarding the role and limitations of export credit financing, espeically for economies in transition.

Series:

World Economic and Financial Surveys

Subject:

Notes:

1986. By Eduard Brau, K. Burke Dillon, Chanpen Puckahtikom, and Miranda Xafa (under the title Export Credits: Developments and Prospects). 34 pp. ISBN 0-939934-69-8. Stock #WEO-586. 1988. By K. Burke Dillon and Luis Duran-Downing, with Miranda Xafa. vi+47 pp. ISBN 1-55775-006-8. Stock #WEO-588. 1990. By G. G. Johnson, Matthew Fisher, and Elliot Harris. vi+43 pp. ISBN 1-55775-139-0. Stock #WEO-590. 1995. By Michael G. Kuhn, Balazs Horvath, and Christopher J. Jarvis. vii+47 pp. ISBN 1-55775-480-2.

English

Publication Date:

December 1, 1995

ISBN/ISSN:

9781557754486/0258-7440

Stock No:

WEOEA0051995

Price:

$20.00 (Academic Rate:$12.00)

Format:

Paper

Pages:

58

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