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725 746 343 Credits 1,452 681 732 746 824 344 Debits -5,813 -105 1,563 -71 -78 -1 Private sector and short-term arrears 3/ -10 -1 -1 43 62 -67 Source: Central Reserve Bank of Peru. 1/ The data since 1990 to 1993 is being revised. 2/ Includes imputed interest on arrears for all financial sources. 3/ Since 1994 to 1996, it refers to short-term public debt. Table 44. Peru: Disbursement of Public and Publicly Guaranteed External Debt 1991 1992 1993

International Monetary Fund

adjustment to indexed bonds, imputed interest on bank-restructuring and debtor-support programs and financial requirements of development banks. 5/ Treats transfers to IPAB and financial requirements of development banks as interest expenditure. 6/ Augmented to include the net nonrecurrent capital costs of bank-restructuring and debtor-support programs. 10. Given that the interest component of the adjusted measure is large and inflation was quite high during 1995-98, the path of the adjusted balance is influenced by developments in the actual and

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Imputed interest subsidy on loans 518 459 619 569 592 477 415 Direct interest subsidies 521 604 694 652 353 363 380 Subsidies to firms 1,259 1,413 2,040 2,147 2,394 2,445 2,355 Imputed interest subsidy on loans 1,176 1,302 1,892 1,978 2,175 2,005 1,885 Interest subsidy for rental housing corporations 83 111 148 169 219 440 470 Repair and other grants. 110 94 107 499 410 360 561 Total support 8,365 9,021 10,737 11,270 11,173 11

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are adjusted to exclude the imputed interest on unfunded pension liabilities and the imputed compensation of employees, which are counted as expenditures under the 2008 SNA adopted by the United States, but not for countries that have not yet adopted the 2008 SNA. Data for the United States may thus differ from data published by the US Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA). In addition, gross and net debt levels reported by the BEA and national statistical agencies for other economies that have adopted the 2008 SNA (Australia, Canada, Hong Kong Special Administrative