Brazil: IMF Credit Outstanding
as of June 30, 2021

The SDR is an international reserve asset created by the IMF in 1969 and serves as its unit of account. The currency value of the SDR is determined by summing the values in U.S. dollars of a basket of major currencies.


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Date GRA Purchases SAF, TF, ESAF/PRGT Loans Totals
December 31, 2005   0   0   0
December 31, 2004   16,116,684,625   0   16,116,684,625
December 31, 2003   19,056,478,875   0   19,056,478,875
December 31, 2002   15,319,640,000   0   15,319,640,000
December 31, 2001   6,633,933,000   0   6,633,933,000
December 31, 2000   1,356,750,000   0   1,356,750,000
December 31, 1999   6,430,995,000   0   6,430,995,000
December 31, 1998   3,426,779,533   0   3,426,779,533
December 31, 1997   23,308,595   0   23,308,595
December 31, 1996   47,015,624   0   47,015,624
December 31, 1995   95,226,562   0   95,226,562
December 31, 1994   127,500,000   0   127,500,000
December 31, 1993   221,020,844   0   221,020,844
December 31, 1992   581,398,967   0   581,398,967
December 31, 1991   865,142,715   0   865,142,715
December 31, 1990   1,279,680,213   0   1,279,680,213
December 31, 1989   1,843,359,895   0   1,843,359,895
December 31, 1988   2,476,819,269   0   2,476,819,269
December 31, 1987   2,802,885,936   0   2,802,885,936
December 31, 1986   3,679,860,937   0   3,679,860,937
December 31, 1985   4,205,400,000   0   4,205,400,000
December 31, 1984   4,269,870,000   0   4,269,870,000

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