Japan: IMF SDR Allocations and Holdings
from January 01, 1989 to December 31, 1989

The Special Drawing Right (SDR) is an international reserve asset created by the IMF in 1969 to supplement other reserve assets of member countries. Under its Articles of Agreement, the IMF may allocate SDRs to member countries who are participants of the SDR Department in proportion to their IMF quotas.


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(in SDRs)
Date SDR Holdings SDR Allocations
 December 31, 1989         1,862,273,954   891,690,000
 November 30, 1989         1,862,273,954   891,690,000
 October 31, 1989         1,801,909,242   891,690,000
 September 30, 1989         1,801,267,761   891,690,000
 August 31, 1989         1,830,267,761   891,690,000
 July 31, 1989         1,799,532,842   891,690,000
 June 30, 1989         1,909,528,366   891,690,000
 May 31, 1989         1,914,528,366   891,690,000
 April 30, 1989         1,942,905,479   891,690,000
 March 31, 1989         1,999,392,411   891,690,000
 February 28, 1989         2,029,392,411   891,690,000
 January 31, 1989         2,127,032,873   891,690,000

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