Niger: IMF Credit Outstanding
as of December 31, 1996

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Date GRA Purchases SAF, TF, ESAF/PRGT Loans Totals
December 31, 1996   11,109,000   25,499,000   36,608,000
December 31, 1995   11,109,000   23,927,000   35,036,000
December 31, 1994   11,109,000   30,667,000   41,776,000
December 31, 1993   2,022,500   35,722,000   37,744,500
December 31, 1992   5,489,500   39,092,000   44,581,500
December 31, 1991   10,862,000   40,440,000   51,302,000
December 31, 1990   19,168,000   40,489,085   59,657,085
December 31, 1989   29,168,000   35,202,485   64,370,485
December 31, 1988   42,090,000   28,230,885   70,320,885
December 31, 1987   63,990,000   22,336,915   86,326,915
December 31, 1986   72,000,000   14,757,949   86,757,949
December 31, 1985   60,696,000   10,548,983   71,244,983
December 31, 1984   45,200,000   11,626,617   56,826,617

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