Peru: IMF Credit Outstanding
as of June 30, 2021

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Date GRA Purchases SAF, TF, ESAF/PRGT Loans Totals
December 31, 2007   0   0   0
December 31, 2006   13,375,000   0   13,375,000
December 31, 2005   40,125,000   0   40,125,000
December 31, 2004   66,875,000   0   66,875,000
December 31, 2003   93,625,000   0   93,625,000
December 31, 2002   173,932,174   0   173,932,174
December 31, 2001   307,796,526   0   307,796,526
December 31, 2000   428,285,878   0   428,285,878
December 31, 1999   535,400,230   0   535,400,230
December 31, 1998   642,514,582   0   642,514,582
December 31, 1997   749,628,934   0   749,628,934
December 31, 1996   642,686,110   0   642,686,110
December 31, 1995   642,686,110   0   642,686,110
December 31, 1994   642,686,110   0   642,686,110
December 31, 1993   642,686,110   0   642,686,110
December 31, 1992   458,721,121   0   458,721,121
December 31, 1991   493,413,227   0   493,413,227
December 31, 1990   530,463,099   0   530,463,099
December 31, 1989   576,983,044   0   576,983,044
December 31, 1988   595,415,041   0   595,415,041
December 31, 1987   595,442,124   0   595,442,124
December 31, 1986   595,509,273   0   595,509,273
December 31, 1985   638,997,861   0   638,997,861
December 31, 1984   688,283,293   0   688,283,293

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Peru: Financial Position in the Fund