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Contents

Chapter 4
Bilateral and
Multilateral Creditors
Face Financing
Challenges

Large Bilateral Creditors Are Important to HIPC Success
Three of the Four Largest Multilateral Creditors Face Considerable
Financing Gaps 81

Chapter 5
Conclusions
Appendixes

69
70

90

Appendix I:

Human Development Indicators for 38 Countries

92

Appendix II:

Type of Debt Incurred by Poor Countries

95

Appendix III:

Amount and Type of Debt Owed to the United
States by 40 Heavily Indebted Poor Countries,
End of 1998

98

Appendix IV: Multilateral Institutions Participating in the
HIPC Debt Initiative
Appendix V:

Conditions Eight Countries Are Expected to
Meet to Reach HIPC Milestones

100
103

Appendix VI: Methodologies Used to Analyze the Debt
Sustainability of Potential Recipients of HIPC
Debt Relief

106

Appendix VII: Information on Selected Elements of Poverty
Reduction Strategies

111

Appendix VIII:Civil Society Participation in Bolivia

123

Appendix IX: How the United States Budgets and Accounts
for Debt Relief

128

Appendix X:

Six Industrial Countries’ Methodologies for
Budgeting and Accounting for Debt Relief

143

Appendix XI: Bilateral Contributors to the HIPC Trust Fund

166

Appendix XII: Comments From the Department of the
Treasury

168

Appendix XIII:Comments From The International Monetary
Fund

172

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GAO/NSIAD-00-161 Debt Relief Initiative