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Grants or credits to cover debt owed to multilateral financial institutions; including contributions to Heavily Indebted Poor Countries (HIPC) Trust Fund


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#cofog0112 - Financial and fiscal affairs (CS)
#cofog0170 - Public debt transactions (CS)
#ww88K - Financial and insurance activities
#isic6492 - Other credit granting
#isic8291 - Activities of collection agencies and credit bureaus
#aaaa93 - Debt relief initiatives
#aaaa110 - Issues with credit-rating (agencies)
#aaaa70 - Role of multilateral and other international development banks
#aaaa113 - Strengthen the coherence and consistency of multilateral institutions and platforms
#aaaa107 - Instruments for financial risk management and capacity-building
#aaaa109 - Financial market regulation; addressing risks
#aaaa39 - Full and equal access to formal financial services for all
#aaaa105 - International coordination and policy coherence for financial stability
#aaaa25 - UN Convention against corruption; Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative
#SDT0810 - strengthen the capacity of domestic financial institutions to encourage and to expand access to banking, insurance..
#SDT105 - improve regulation and monitoring of global financial markets and institutions and strengthen implementation ...
#SDT164 - by 2030 significantly reduce illicit financial and arms flows, strengthen recovery and return of stolen assets ..
#nua140
#nua142
Financial Stability Board (FSB)
23-27. Meeting our commitments notably on banks, OTC derivatives, compensation practices and credit rating agencies, and ...
HIPC Initiative
091-096. IV. D. International financial institutions and UN operational activities
06. Financial instruments
10-11. Increasing the benefits from financial integration and ...
HIPC Initiative


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