Ecuador: IMF Credit Outstanding
as of December 31, 2002

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Date GRA Purchases SAF, TF, ESAF/PRGT Loans Totals
December 31, 2002   226,730,000   0   226,730,000
December 31, 2001   151,146,000   0   151,146,000
December 31, 2000   113,346,000   0   113,346,000
December 31, 1999   0   0   0
December 31, 1998   49,450,000   0   49,450,000
December 31, 1997   98,900,000   0   98,900,000
December 31, 1996   100,862,500   0   100,862,500
December 31, 1995   116,685,417   0   116,685,417
December 31, 1994   135,726,671   0   135,726,671
December 31, 1993   51,767,501   0   51,767,501
December 31, 1992   72,609,165   0   72,609,165
December 31, 1991   127,530,416   0   127,530,416
December 31, 1990   186,004,372   0   186,004,372
December 31, 1989   247,227,386   0   247,227,386
December 31, 1988   300,683,208   0   300,683,208
December 31, 1987   345,177,982   0   345,177,982
December 31, 1986   397,681,534   0   397,681,534
December 31, 1985   327,300,000   0   327,300,000
December 31, 1984   242,900,000   0   242,900,000

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Ecuador: Financial Position in the Fund