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reserve assets in the International Monetary Fund


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The Pula basket, it says, comprises of the South African Rand and the IMF's Special Drawing Rights (SDR) consisting of the US Dollar, Japanese Yen, Chinese Renminbi, Euro and the British Pound.
The Suez Canal revenues in the Special Drawing Rights (SDR) unit increased by 2.
According to Yudong, the eSDR - the electronic version of the IMF's Special Drawing Rights (SDR) - would help address flaws in the current global monetary system.
The special drawing rights fell by five percent to SR 35.
A number of measures can be taken to strengthen international monetary systems," in particular better surveillance of capital flows, stronger financial safety nets and greater use of special drawing rights, said Dominique Strauss-Kahn, head of the International Monetary Fund, after a central bankers' conference in Zurich, on 11 May.
Were going to provide some ideas, built around a Green Fund devoted to finance 100 billion dollars (72 billion Euros) a year which is the figure currently accepted for addressing the problem based on the capitalisation coming from central banks, backed by special drawing rights issued by the Fund, he said.
He also called on Yushchenko to do "everything possible to remove any possible obstacles, including on possible payments through special drawing rights, to ensure that Ukraine meets its commitments".
32) for 2009 was issued on Wednesday ratifying a loan agreement signed in April 6, 2009 between Yemen and International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) amounting to 1,200,000 Special Drawing Rights (SDRs).
Bulgaria has received from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) 474 586 534 Special Drawing Rights (SDRs), equivalent to about 517 million euro, Darik Radio said.
The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has backed an allocation of Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) equivalent to $250 billion to provide liquidity to the global economic system by supplementing the fund's 186 member countries' foreign exchange reserves.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has backed an allocation of Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) equivalent to $250 billion to boost global liquidity by supplementing the Fund's 186 member countries' foreign exchange reserves.
The centerpiece of the book is his proposal concerning the use of a currency issued by the IMF called Special Drawing Rights (S.
Then there's wealthy currency speculator George Soros, who argues for more special drawing rights -- essentially low-interest credit cards for governments.
The reserves consist of convertible foreign currencies, gold and International Monetary Fund special drawing rights.
DSM's Engineering Plastics business group has signed a long-term contract with Dow Chemical, giving it capacity drawing rights, i.