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Burundi - Enhanced Initiative For Heavily Indebted Poor Countries : preliminary document (Inglês)

This paper presents a preliminary assessment of Burundi's eligibility for assistance under the enhanced Heavily Indebted Poor Countries (HIPC) Initiative. The findings are based on several joint IDA-IMF missions to Bujumbura, most recently in September and November 2004. Together with the authorities, the September mission conducted a preliminary debt sustainability analysis (DSA). Burundi has a heavy debt burden and limited resources. The results of the preliminary DSA show that Burundi's external debt situation would continue to exceed the HIPC threshold even after application of traditional debt-relief mechanisms. Section Il provides background information on eligibility under the enhanced HIPC Initiative, the incidence of poverty, and the policy track record. Section III presents the preliminary DSA, including possible assistance under the enhanced HIPC Initiative. Section IV outlines the proposed timeline for preparation of the decision point document, the proposed key reforms to be considered for the completion point triggers, and gives a preliminary indication of how debt-service savings after the decision point will be used and tracked and Section V includes issues for discussion by the Boards of Executive Directors.


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    Burundi - Enhanced Initiative For Heavily Indebted Poor Countries : preliminary document

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