India: IMF Credit Outstanding
as of September 30, 2017

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Date GRA Purchases SAF, TF, ESAF/PRGT Loans Totals
December 31, 2000   0   0   0
December 31, 1999   38,500,000   0   38,500,000
December 31, 1998   284,916,664   0   284,916,664
December 31, 1997   589,791,667   0   589,791,667
December 31, 1996   1,085,250,003   0   1,085,250,003
December 31, 1995   1,966,633,125   0   1,966,633,125
December 31, 1994   2,763,180,833   0   2,763,180,833
December 31, 1993   3,584,905,000   0   3,584,905,000
December 31, 1992   3,260,405,000   0   3,260,405,000
December 31, 1991   2,426,405,000   0   2,426,405,000
December 31, 1990   800,000,000   3,549,238   803,549,238
December 31, 1989   1,331,250,000   108,641,238   1,439,891,238
December 31, 1988   2,068,750,000   213,733,238   2,282,483,238
December 31, 1987   2,856,250,000   318,825,238   3,175,075,238
December 31, 1986   3,493,750,000   423,917,238   3,917,667,238
December 31, 1985   3,825,000,000   529,009,238   4,354,009,238
December 31, 1984   3,999,750,000   529,009,238   4,528,759,238

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India: Financial Position in the Fund