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IDA lending policy (Vol. 2) : Annex (English)
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EC119 Vol. 2 Revised r'nIDlitI ar rnfo 10 BE RETURNED TO ARCS DIMION INTERNATIONAL BANK FOR RECONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION IDA LENDING POLICY STATISTICAL APPENDIX November 1963 Econo;r.ic Sjtal nT7'CfT'.TA T3r This Statistical Appendix comtLprises variOuSu kinds of iLLnfoation bearing on IDA, to which reference is made in the paper entitled, IDA Lending Policyl, UJDh/Seci63-42. First there are data on the flow of capital to underdeveloped countries. Figures on IBRD and IDA operations are acc-uraue but figures for capital flows from other public sources are neither complete nor free from conceptual difficulties. Secondly, estimates of populatbion and Gross National Prcduct underlie many of the tables. There are some difficulties with population figures, but much more serious are the limitations of GNP estimates. Generally, estimates in local currency for the early sixties, converted into U.S. dollars at the going exchange rate have been used. Some estimates are no more than impressions, in the absence of reliable statistics. Finally, the Appendix presents some indicators of economic growth and some statistics wnich may be relevant for creditworthiness analysis (Tables 8, 9 and 10). This information should be interpreted with care. There is no implication that these indicators and statistics present a comprehensive picture. On the contrary, analysis must rest on a variety of other data which could not be included in these tables. lthcugh international comparison of economic magnitudes is a valuable tool of analysis, it iEs also hazar(dous because of great differences in the acc-i,eacy and reliability of economic data among countries0 An attempt has been made to draw attentionl to the most important qualifications by apprcpriate footnotes, However, these tables are not a substitute for country economic reports; where it is possible to discuss fully all the pitfalls of statistics. Even in the absence of such defects in information, judgments regarding eligibility of countries for IDA assistance must take accowut of qualitative appraisals, which can not be reduced to numbers under any circumstances. List of Tables IaUle L. UuuerUUveloped oULk1-wtLU - A.K r1eUHLUUrshiLp DUaUbSj, PopUlatUIor and Per Capita GNP. Table 2: IDA Credits Per Head of Population for Various Categories of Countries, by Geographical Area. (January 1961 - September 30, 1963) Table 3: Size of IDA Credits Per Capita to Individual Countries and in Relatiorn to Per Capita GINP. (January 1961 - September 30, 1963) Table 4: Size of IDA Credits Per Capita and in Relation to GNP by Size of Country. (January 1961 - September 30, 1963) Table 5: Distribution of IBRD and IDA Portfolios by Type of Project January 1961 - March 1963. Table! 6: Distribution of IDA Credits to M4arch 31, 1963, According to Per Capita Income Levels of Countries; Analysis of Chart II. Table 7: IBRD ancl IDA Operations and Total Net Capital Flows to Under- developed Countries from Public and Multilateral SourMces, 1956-1962. Table 8: Some Indicators of Economic Growth. Table 9: Some Indicators of the Liquidity Aspects of Creditworthiness. Table 10: Some Data Bearing on Creditworthiness over the Medium- and Long-Run. Table 11: Distribution by Geographical Area of IDA Credits and IBRD Loan Conmitments January 1961 - September 30, 1963 and of Net Disbursements of Capital from Public and Multilateral Sources in 1960. Table 12: Percentage Mix of IDA Credits and IBRD Loans from 1961 and Date of Most Recent IBRD Loan. -v--p -~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~p ~~ 0a699p35arscntti. littapia ~21.0 tvne tics 105 4a-61 Ind ia le t-n 1,3 0-to lac 6.t es 1 nar 1,0 5m-51 H.i-,.n ls No e 6-I Tiracy 99.1 2032250 12-61 rISinditetc StOat 3~~~~~2.5 1a05 itan 1-3 0Sa60 FOcea ae tta~ 100 6-tO tLts 11.3 100t050 al par-gny 1.9 i310-150 2-6 SEnt -d5. 193t aiic., los tWk1loran 1. 111 -200 10.60 I H-6ra ...3 12-200 1-1-6 i S-. 0,S-ciete 3.3 150-t300 ! 60SiCicdn103 21170 I~6 12-bC~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~tnac 2.0 290-25C 2-62 Lalaclin ISa.0 ~~250-30? c-6i Occte 1.~~~~~0 -30-5? 36 Oos±IeealetisB Semi Rica 1.3 3 1O-330 6-6i~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Ct,~i 3C0~ 5 66 PflITe) 6c0,o ' petal 33,o T atl 55, 7,1 351,1 cTal 36.6 iotat2. liner non irt ..ret 12.2 120 -1 12-i A06,-ai-t 133 lee to 120 21.61 cu-t.iioa 1-9 Ia, cthn 120 0-60 Sc, ci 5.5 l-S 6-nI Yaacclat-a 13.0 20-30 10~ -60 aentecce ahicla liaise 0.2 ~~~to130-0 12! ... 0. )-5 1-2 Patpno 1. 0-10 1-0 I ed . 0-21 5 -61 Spain 30.1e ofnr tl o-6c J- 9he 0 -i .0 21.9 10.200 12-62 finlan 20.~ D 3111 11-61 ano1 3313? 5-2 Oeo- 02. ecr 501-61 Ioo6.7 150-Soc 22-1~1 Obysia 00.1. 050-120 c..o Th5Oil10P 2tt2- sre 20. on- So 12-60j- 651 airotat.tl 2- oSco) 219.6 Octal 19.9 )0 92lt 93.5OSl ll.SItl5. Part IT st-sic OinL6.5 leo,in 100 11-61 Pea e1 ln cS10 3.63 2an-a-a 00. 10-53 11-62 Ft-anal 75' 150-206 3-6 .leae.5 250-300 1.02 650rc5103 In1c(ienncldctln)lIa.A In time 100 9-63 trio 5.1 6--10 r .en 11.5 150-0 9-1 L'cs06 350-0 3-6 35)l 1-Ye cg-yikca 3.6 les t,,e 026 6.62 Iala,nei 1,7 3S0cIhl0 5-2Łoan6 120-m391 11-OS ~~or 30,~~~'j Mgnd 7.0 lestie 110 9.6 nit.tn nb 3.1 210.250 1.6 Iae1. l -e Lilac-hoc 9-6 toner 3.1 Int IfO 100 9~3iI-63-~ Oartcdi 0~~~.6 inc time. 200 9-63 Icly 3.2 lees thee 111 9-63 lOgo 121 lls tie 20 06 Cct.±-l O iac 13 la-s tan 1)5 0.6,3 lucrra lecce 2.5 100t- '15011 19162 nOr-Snt 3.a 150-2oo 3-63 Scnc1il ~~3. 100o-2W0 6-62 Licerta ~~1.3 150-20 3-62 0 -- '~~-- kl0nnis 11.3 10005 0-63I U - - - 116.3 Patti ~~~120.3~ Tota 16.3 -.1 22.0 4bi 9.0 - - -a --- -Os-,y 1.1 lea Sas 110 Otrsntcateci aas~n2cattns I~ r12 i-, itnat A,10.5 l11-25 iiclt,Ilna .752n-r tI I F-iL e-d S,.nstet101 Artio 1.l t a (003at a l.1In,c 10its 3., alt 05 20-330 Lurito aer 0 - ceascasalad~- 1, asta 100 AAj 7. 15-00 Oterc1. Zac-ibaropF-ba .. onaa 1 a~0~ 3.3- 253-3m - - i-it 9. ceaenon 0.5 1613-26 - I~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~9. 1 t-10 1.7~ 0 Cther I-i-~ tF.. loo O- tarIt--g 0.7 262530300 Scual puntt,ttnc Ot,tt'et 0. ___-__ I I I I .'- 9 Ir4 O.i... Zil 1~~~ -=Octal c.3 II- 1 Other lectnaaer taanoisse 5.8 ice thee 1 00 ' ?4 ~ s~ tac I,attsa 9.5 cste0 eaal 9. e 400a iragl30 5-0 Cied 2.6 Iee mae 0laa ca 0.1 lesta 1 -ne . rtOOL-ag . crlO F.,ntaa--a Oaa,ae 0.5 lees' t!ea 100 it-esreen a~~~~.3 106-150 54115 0~~~~~~.5 toc-120 ini..~~~~~2.] nl . 2eaat) le.6 Tesal i4. -.a T__ Tn-1 107.0 2n-al .32~ Tota i . ersae 1,666.0 ~~~~~225.0 650.3 060.0 ~atea Pnples3oo Tleree ra `t tete fr i0-I962, f-ne UN, ?Pipcltins n.ec Ota Stott- a N.-~ o trc5 3.31 nilie- (at 19651ea)o a-ai-S- - . Do te n hi as o e, 16 Otieio aesSes ,Vl 0 a 3). prae pmil-ti., ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~/Ecctalt,,e Sinala~d, -sioh ne resovd a- IDA ..redit. Per caine IS Linsnee amLa gearel etasae t ieaalerr-ncyfar One asgO aiv n siti ncxre Lte S d.nier at-sbe enaaerte. H-enr i e cl- -atsaneS- i in t.1lj- thact L-e -hcieegn rate is eccdnrbly-zeo- or eas.nal-d icr.l -at- i. cth-a pocaia rs f tnr 3-1a --ryep rc-g adjact.nt h-n en side ta allo- fn' tF- sevra nasnie s satttis dalt,' ant tlaa lgri,a gi-e -r _eedenic-at. Table 2: IDA Credits to September 30, 1963 Per Hea(i of Population for Various CategoiLes of Country, By Geographical Area ( per head) All Present Part II Countries Countries underdeveloped m'embers and over- which were which countries seas territories Part II have in of Part I members by received Area area members Mid-196li' credlts Middle East & South Asia 060 o.6o 0o62 0.71 Far East 0.1. 0018 0.22 0.78 Western Hemisphere 0-33 0.35 0.79 1.92 Africa 0,15 0.17 0.55 0090 Euirope 0.27 0,29 0°33 0.92 All areas 0138 0o43 0.55 0.80 a/ Exclud:ing overseas territories, and hence excluding the credit to Swaziland as well as the credit to El Salvador, which was not a member by mid-1961, Table 3: Size of IDA Credits to September 30, 1963 Per- Capita and in Relation to Per- Capita GI\ A. Pe r Capiua GNP B. IDA Creuits B as PeX-certage Country Cexchange rate basis) Per C ita of at Chile 370 2.38 o.64 Costa Rica 310 4.23 136 Colombia 295 1.32 0045 El Salvador 230 2q86 1.24 Turkey 230 0.92 0.40 Nicaragua 215 1.88 0.87 Tunisia 175 1.16 o.66 Honduras 165 4.50 2q73 Jordan 155 1.18 0.76 China 130 1.35 1.04 Paraguay 110 3.16 2087 Haiti 90 o.o8b/ 0.09 Korea 90 0°54 o.60 Sudan 90 1.0L 1 ol6 Swaziland 80 9°33 11 o66 India 75 0-66 o.8 Pakistan 70 0.95 1.36 thinopia n0 oO6 1 o28 J / Thesefi -es dono szhevT cedits Ajas pece,tg o%f rGNP -in anr, slZionificane) sense, since the credits have been. committed over a period of more than a yrn,' wnd wil be disbursed -nr-nv a cor-ide-rbly lr.ger rsA Nevertheless, this column indicates the relative scale of credits in rn~1~Av-~n +.e% on m-f na n,ic +-hga .yni,rlr. -no- ,'rn4+-n 'hnc!, in column (B). i The IDA credit to Haiti is exceptionally small since it is to finance 114.4-e.r.ALA LI .LM .. LI. LrI LWd. JY p IJe Uj I-. Tnble hL Size of IDA Credits to Sentember 30. 1963 Per Capita and in Relation to GNP 1Rv Si ze nf C(nuntrv A. Sqmall Counties.rą (popuaion .;les tPC han 3 million) P^T%11 nAtiAn TnT Cr.e rlits G.TrlieA nts nr.Gnni +a 1Grreiit.s- in Rep- Country WilIl ($ InillionT($) lation to GP.2/ Swaziland 0.3 2,8 9,33 11,66 Vos0,a RLica lG 5e 402 13)6 Nicar4gua 1.6 3.0 1.88 0,87 Jo dss ~ ~~~~ l7 2* lel 90 f6 Li oruani..,. .L4,.LU UQp.) Paraguay 1.9 6.0 3e16 2.87 Honduras 2.0 9.0 4!.50 2.73 EL Salvador 2.8 8.0 2.86 le24 Total A ll,6 1363 30132/ 1.722/ B. Medium--sized Countries (population betwTeen 3 and 25 million) Hiti' ., n3 °o35 0.08 0.09 Tuzi3sia 4.3 5°0 1.16 0.66 G1h~1e 8-n I 9^ 2 38 o0,64 China 11.3 :L5S3 1.35 1eO4 .Surdan 'I 9_130 1n i _n),_ Colombia 1408 19.5 1.32 0e45 Ethiopia 2I I :3,5 0.64 1.28 Tt' B 76 02 Ar,56 A1-2I c/ n -75~C/' C. Largest; Countries (population more than 25 million) Korea 26.1 ] 4.0 0654 o.60 Turkey 29.) 2607 0,92 0.40 Pakistan 96.6 91o5 O.95 136 India 452,0 300.0 0_66 oo88 Total C 603e8 l32a20 072 O.9g5/ mUIm A LT A LT u LMru;_ 91t6~~~~~~r A41 uO^c/ A e-1 C y' As in ri.ght-hand column of Table b - See Footnote tO Table J. / Cef. footnote J Table 3. if Haiti were excluded from the group of medium-sized countries, the average credit per capita would increase from $1012 to $1el9. / Weighted. average. Table .5.: Ditr ibut] by Tvue of ProDL ct of IDA Croedits and I-D tIons J,,n.-,uar,..r 19,61- 1.'-ich 1963 (Percentare oi total for colurei) Col-ntries -eceiving onLy I),' credits All countri_s -i-ht b.ilend countriest ev o_ OI on]zl I3MD loLon. IvA LJ.D iDa Il.ni! ID A. Electric povwer C.4 45.8 9.4 16.65 55.9 Roads 31.9 16.5 ,30.8 9.C) 25,.4 20.0 Other Transport 23.0 16.9 22.9 27.2 15.7 12.2 oxamuniications 9.3 0.3 11.0 0.- -- Irrigation and flood control 20.5 4.1 23.2 6.24 21.,6 3.1 Other Agriculture & Forestry -- 0.9 -- 1.3 Industry incl. mining 3.7 15.3 1.7 33.2 9.7 7.2 later supply 2.1. 0.2 0.6 _. 6.2 0.3 Lducation 1.1 --4.9 -- Total u00.C) 100.,0 lC.O :LOO.( l0o.0 100,0 SI India, Chile, Sudan, Pakisitan, Colombia, Costa -Iica, i,Iicaragva, Ethiopia. Table 6: Distri.bution of D)A Credits tc) March 31, L963, According to Per Capia Inconie Level of Countries Analysis of C`iart :[I Numbber of Countries Populat-Lon of Countries Total IDA Credits per ca.pita Segment of Line Per capi ta1 Ticeiving Receiving IDA A11 countries Recipierit in Chart II GNP range2/ l TotaL IDA credits Total IDA credits Credits in Group, Countries -7E[1 7 fl=lT (T million) $ ; Up to A: India 70 1 1 44h03 4LLO,3 280,0 Oe64 0.64 Other countrie.s 55-105 9 7 9l1.0 :16214, 76.35 O14o 0.47 A - B 105'12' 7 12 l 77O8 11eO 15e3 C012 1.39 B - C 130)-220 9 7 71v6 36.2 23,7 0.33 f765 C - D Opr~~~~~~~ lc/ 33cI6 C - D 2 85 J. -/ t14J4 14. 4 19.5 1.35 lc35 D - E 29(0-3145 5 100.1 7.8 19.0 0,19 2.44 Above E 38C)-80C) 4 1- 604 1 .2 5e5 0.86 4058 Total 70-800 36 ,16 951.7 S73.14 439.35 0).46 c1,65 a/ Economic Staff estimate's of average per capita CZNP in 1958-60, converted into dollars at prevailing exchanuige rates, with some adjust;ment, to allow for apparent .-ross under- or ever-valuation of particular exchange rates in terms of a purch;1Ein.g pOWer paril;y 0'ncept. '/ China. i,/ Colombia. !/ Chile. e/ Costa Rica. Note: Data for Per Capita GNP shown on this table aLnd on which Charts I-IV in this Appendix are based, refer to 1958-1960, On Tables 1-4. and 12- the Per Capita GNP data relate to the early sixties an(i the Population data to mid-1962. TABLE : IBRD AND IDA OPERATIONS, MA TOTAL NET CAP:LTAL FLOWS TO UNDERDEVELOPED COUNTRIES FROY FUBLIC AND. iULTi- LATERAL SOURCES, 1956 1962 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 IBRD AND IDA LOANS T'r UNDER- nFlVPT.T1Fn nnfl mrTpRTRq Vew ,m-tm*-mtnn+.q TRT?PTa/ 271 263 5L3 3 2 I23 663 51), IDA -- -- -- -- -- 181 187 Gross disb)xsements:IBRD 166 279 348 312 341 321 409 *f== == == == == 1 2 A.ortuizatui;n OnU IBRDE IOCns 27 38 J0 72 96 122 138 iMB 5 4.L V6L .UlTLL JA. ItLI) LJW±7 C.4L C7U 6I4U CLL) J477 1 IDA -- -- 25 A~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ b/ Total 139
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