Uruguay: IMF Credit Outstanding
as of March 31, 2014

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Date GRA Purchases SAF, TF, ESAF/PRGT Loans Totals
December 31, 2006   0   0   0
December 31, 2005   1,612,150,000   0   1,612,150,000
December 31, 2004   1,728,375,000   0   1,728,375,000
December 31, 2003   1,625,900,000   0   1,625,900,000
December 31, 2002   1,318,800,000   0   1,318,800,000
December 31, 2001   114,200,000   0   114,200,000
December 31, 2000   114,200,000   0   114,200,000
December 31, 1999   114,200,000   0   114,200,000
December 31, 1998   114,200,000   0   114,200,000
December 31, 1997   0   0   0
December 31, 1996   5,990,625   0   5,990,625
December 31, 1995   13,978,125   0   13,978,125
December 31, 1994   20,475,000   0   20,475,000
December 31, 1993   27,895,836   0   27,895,836
December 31, 1992   38,131,252   0   38,131,252
December 31, 1991   40,433,332   0   40,433,332
December 31, 1990   70,779,166   0   70,779,166
December 31, 1989   153,347,729   0   153,347,729
December 31, 1988   229,649,433   0   229,649,433
December 31, 1987   276,577,272   0   276,577,272
December 31, 1986   323,069,318   0   323,069,318
December 31, 1985   318,550,000   0   318,550,000
December 31, 1984   226,800,000   0   226,800,000

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Uruguay: Financial Position in the Fund