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Global development finance 2001: overview (English)

This report is a summary of the 2001 Global Development Finance (GDF) publication. It contains analysis and commentary on recent developments in international finance, with particular focus on the global financial crisis. The principle conclusions of the GDF are stated.

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  • Document Date

    2001/05/30

  • Document Type

    Global Development Finance - formerly World Debt Tables

  • Report Number

    27748

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    World,

  • Region

    The World Region,

  • Disclosure Date

    2004/02/03

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Global development finance 2001: overview

  • Keywords

    International Public;volatility of capital flows;increase in capital;official development finance;net present value;international financial market;world trade growth;share of export;global financial stability;Merger and Acquisitions;capital flow volatility;recovery of capital;domestic financial market;lack of liquidity;aid debt;higher interest rate;gross domestic product;international financial flows;international financial architecture;domestic financial system;Foreign Exchange Reserve;policy and institution;global public good;foreign direct investment;debt relief;Public Goods;domestic investment;global economy;aid flow;industrial country;resource transfer;oil price;Learning and Innovation Credit;smaller share;hipc initiative;Capital Inflows;Global Programs;external resource;debt service;official flow;productivity growth;aid effectiveness;long-term growth;capital outflow;target range;domestic environment;contingent credit;oil production;prices fall;local condition;national resource;tax reduction;public resource;greater aid;technological change;international reserve;private money;transition country;transition countries;sophisticated investment;responsible action;productivity benefit;complementary activities;complementary aid;financial distress;crisis country;cash contribution;large portfolio;fiscal revenue;foreign inflow;international programs;bank lending;private foundations;investment climate;foreign capital;Financial Sector;source pollution;net outflow;financial community;particulate pollution;measure aid;private flow;financial integration;External Finance;Global Warming;reporting requirement;production input;greater access;global market;foreign investor;Programmatic Approach;knowledge creation;charitable foundation;aid budget;output growth;short-term debt;country risk;high-tech sector;domestic saving;medium-term budgetary;clean environment;cross-border capital;trade trend;technological trends;Business Climate;financial crisis;public policy;equity market;economic integration;transfer resource;investment opportunities;good policy;holistic approach;

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Global development finance 2001: overview (English). Global development finance Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/626561468141294522/Global-development-finance-2001-overview