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    The World Bank confirms that Iraq is ninth in the Arab world in terms of central debt

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    The World Bank confirms that Iraq is ninth in the Arab world in terms of central debt Empty The World Bank confirms that Iraq is ninth in the Arab world in terms of central debt

    Post by Rocky Thu 11 Apr 2024, 6:53 am

    [rtl]The World Bank confirms that Iraq is ninth in the Arab world in terms of central debt[/rtl]

    Economy  ,  04/11/2024 10:25  Number of readings: 288 
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    [rtl]Baghdad - Iraq today:[/rtl]
    [rtl]International Monetary Fund statistics announced that Iraq ranked ninth in the Arab world with the highest percentage of central debt compared to gross domestic product out of 10 Arab countries, according to a recent report written this April.

    The International Monetary Fund said in its report that its main goal is to help countries recover from their economic stagnation, and news of its daily activities in countries around the world continues, from providing loan and aid programs and reviews to express assessments of economies, but With the confusion it has caused as a result of cases of economic stagnation that struck countries after asylum. In this topic, we review the countries that borrow most from the International Monetary Fund, including Arab countries. The IMF publishes constantly updated statistics on the volume of loans to all member countries.[/rtl]

    [rtl]It should be noted that the International Monetary Fund relies in its calculations on what are called “Special Drawing Rights,” which are international reserve assets that are not a currency in themselves, but their value depends on a basket consisting of 5 currencies: the US dollar, the euro, the Chinese renminbi, the Japanese yen, and the British pound sterling. .[/rtl]
    [rtl]According to the IMF's official website, each Special Drawing Right is equivalent to about $1,325.[/rtl]
    [rtl]According to the report, the country that borrows the most from the International Monetary Fund is Argentina, with $43 billion, followed by Egypt, second, with $14.93 billion, followed by Ukraine, third, with $12 billion, followed by Pakistan, fourth, with $7.74 billion, and Ecuador, fifth, with $7.72 billion.[/rtl]
    [rtl]The Arab countries that borrow most from the International Monetary Fund: Egypt ranks first, followed by Morocco with $2.1 billion, Jordan with $1.98 billion, Tunisia with $1.47 billion, Sudan with $1.3 billion, Mauritania with $343.27 million, Somalia with $95.4 million, and Djibouti with $42.1 million. Comoros: $24 million, Yemen: $6.43 million.[/rtl]
    [rtl]The report also stated that the most Arab countries in terms of central debt compared to GDP: “Lebanon ranked first in the Arab world with a rate of 179.2% compared to GDP, followed by Sudan with 127.5% compared to GDP, Bahrain third with 117.95 % compared with GDP, and Jordan fourth with 89.32%.” Compared to the GDP, Yemen is 73.53%, fifth is the GDP, Morocco is sixth, 68.79% compared to the GDP, Algeria is seventh, 52.4% compared to the GDP, Qatar is eighth, 45.31% compared to the GDP, and Iraq is ninth, 43.3% compared to the GDP. , Oman ranks last with 40.15% compared to GDP.[/rtl]


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