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Burkina Faso: Financial Position in the Fund
as of December 31, 2000

Summary of IMF members’ quota, reserve position, SDR holdings, outstanding credit, recent lending arrangements, projected payments due to the IMF, and monthly historical transactions with the Fund.

    I. Membership Status: Joined: May 02, 1963;Article VIII

  II. General Resources Account:SDR Million%Quota
       Quota60.20100.00
       Fund holdings of currency (Exchange Rate)52.9988.03
       Reserve Tranche Position7.2211.99

III. SDR Department:SDR Million%Allocation
       Net cumulative allocation9.41100.00
       Holdings0.313.32

 IV. Outstanding Purchases and Loans:SDR Million%Quota
      SAF Loans0.631.05
      ECF Arrangements85.44141.92

  V. Latest Financial Arrangements:

Date ofExpirationAmount ApprovedAmount Drawn
TypeArrangementDate(SDR Million)(SDR Million)
      ECF 1/  Sep 10, 1999  Sep 09, 200239.12    11.18
      ECF 1/  Jun 14, 1996  Sep 09, 199939.78    39.78
      ECF 1/  Mar 31, 1993  May 30, 199653.04    44.20
 1/ Formerly PRGF.

VI. Projected Payments to Fund  2/
   (SDR Million; based on existing use of resources and present holdings of SDRs):
                                       Forthcoming                                      
         2001  2002  2003  2004  2005 
  Principal
10.1410.8312.6013.4811.73
  Charges/Interest
0.810.760.700.630.57
   Total
10.9511.5813.2914.1112.29
2/ The projection of charges and interest assumes that overdue principal at the report date (if any) will remain outstanding, but forthcoming obligations will be settled on time.


VII. Implementation of HIPC Initiative:

OriginalEnhanced
 I.   Commitment of HIPC assistanceFramework Framework     Total
       Decision point dateSep 1997Jul 2000
       Assistance committed
       by all creditors (US$ Million) 1/229.00195.60
             Of which: IMF assistance (US$ million)21.7022.21
                    (SDR equivalent in millions)       16.3016.74
            Completion point date  Jul 2000  Floating

 II.  Disbursement of IMF assistance (SDR Million)
       Assistance disbursed to the member16.301.5017.80
             Interim assistance--1.501.50
             Completion point balance 16.30--16.30
       Additional disbursement of interest income 2/ ------
                  Total disbursements 16.301.5017.80
1/ Assistance committed under the original framework is expressed in net present value (NPV) terms at the completion point, and assistance committed under the enhanced framework is expressed in NPV terms at the decision point. Hence these two amounts can not be added.
2/ Under the enhanced framework, an additional disbursement is made at the completion point corresponding to interest income earned on the amount committed at the decision point but not disbursed during the interim period.

VIII. Implementation of Multilateral Debt Relief Initiative (MDRI):  Not Applicable

IX. Implementation of Post-Catastrophe Debt Relief (PCDR):  Not Applicable
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Decision point - point at which the IMF and the World Bank determine whether a country qualifies for assistance under the HIPC Initiative and decide on the amount of assistance to be committed.
Interim assistance - amount disbursed to a country during the period between decision and completion points, up to 20 percent annually and 60 percent in total of the assistance committed at the decision point (or 25 percent and 75 percent, respectively, in exceptional circumstances).
Completion point - point at which a country receives the remaining balance of its assistance committed at the decision point, together with an additional disbursement of interest income as defined in footnote 2 above. The timing of the completion point is linked to the implementation of pre-agreed key structural reforms (i.e., floating completion point).

Prepared by Finance Department

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