International Monetary Fund
Argentina: IMF Credit Outstanding
as of December 31, 1996

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Date GRA Purchases SAF, TF, ESAF/PRGT Loans Totals
December 31, 1996   4,376,039,524   0   4,376,039,524
December 31, 1995   4,124,388,921   0   4,124,388,921
December 31, 1994   2,884,693,748   0   2,884,693,748
December 31, 1993   2,562,441,659   0   2,562,441,659
December 31, 1992   1,682,800,736   0   1,682,800,736
December 31, 1991   1,735,922,294   0   1,735,922,294
December 31, 1990   2,167,204,792   0   2,167,204,792
December 31, 1989   2,358,816,962   0   2,358,816,962
December 31, 1988   2,732,995,882   0   2,732,995,882
December 31, 1987   2,716,236,713   0   2,716,236,713
December 31, 1986   2,240,847,793   0   2,240,847,793
December 31, 1985   2,105,110,000   0   2,105,110,000
December 31, 1984   1,120,610,000   0   1,120,610,000

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Argentina: Financial Position in the Fund