Projected Payments (Expectations basis)

Serbia, Republic of: Financial Position in the Fund

Member Financial Data



Serbia, Republic of: Projected Payments to the IMF
(Obligations basis) as of December 31, 2001
from January 01, 2002 to December 31, 2002


This schedule is not the currently applicable schedule of payments to the IMF (forthe current schedule see"Expectations Basis"). Rather, the schedule presents all payments to the IMF under the illustrative assumption that repayment expectations-except for SRF repayment expectations-would be extended to their respective obligation dates by the IMF Executive Board upon request of the debtor country (see repayment schedules and IMF lending for details). SRF repayments are thus only shown on their current expectation dates, unless already converted to an obligation date by the IMF Executive Board. The schedule below includes:
  • P   Payment obligation (expectation not applicable)
  • E   Payment expectation
  • O   Payment obligation (arising from the extension of an expectation)

Projected charges and due dates are tentative. GRA charges are due two business days following notification to members shortly after quarter end. Net SDR charges and annual SDR assessments are due on the first day after the end of the quarter and April 30, respectively.

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(in SDRs)
Description Indication Schedule Date Total
Amount Due
Net SDR ChargesP  February 01, 2002285,363
GRA ChargesP  February 07, 20021,524,894
SDR AssessmentsP  April 30, 20026,345
Net SDR ChargesP  May 01, 2002271,082
GRA ChargesP  May 07, 20021,444,007
Net SDR ChargesP  August 01, 2002280,220
GRA ChargesP  August 07, 20021,492,683
Net SDR ChargesP  November 01, 2002280,220
GRA ChargesP  November 07, 20021,492,683
Total for the year 20027,077,497

Short Description Description
SDR AssessmentsSDR Department - Member Assessment
Net SDR ChargesSDR Department - Net Charges
GRA ChargesGeneral Resources Account - REGULAR Charges

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The information provided is for your convenience and is not intended to replace other official IMF reports and statements.