Josephine BurianykBiggest Bank of the World   1. Industrial & Commercial Bank of China (ICBC)   2. China Construction Bank...
ARGENTINA                                      PESO                              ARSBRAZIL                                ...
WORLD BANK             AFRICA     - Lesotho               - Kiribati- Angola                - Liberia               - Laos...
- Kyrgyz Republic               - Honduras                                       SOUTH ASIA- Moldova                      ...
23. Colombia                                     40. Kenya   24. Mexico                                       41. Lesotho ...
Marshall Islands       Papua New Guinea         Tuvalu         Micronesia, Federated           Samoa              Tonga   ...
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  1. 1. Josephine BurianykBiggest Bank of the World 1. Industrial & Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) 2. China Construction Bank 3. Wells Fargo & Co (USA) 4. HSBC Holdings (UK) 5. Agricultural Bank of ChinaAcceptable Foreign Currencies in the Philippines COUNTRY UNIT SYMBOL UNITED STATES DOLLAR USD JAPAN YEN JPY UNITED KINGDOM POUND GBP HONGKONG DOLLAR HKD SWITZERLAND FRANC CHF CANADA DOLLAR CAD SINGAPORE DOLLAR SGDAUSTRALIA DOLLAR AUDBAHRAIN DINAR BHDKUWAIT DINAR KWDSAUDI ARABIA RIAL SARBRUNEI DOLLAR BNDINDONESIA RUPIAH IDRTHAILAND BAHT THBUNITED ARAB EMIRATES DIRHAM AEDCHINA YUAN CNYKOREA WON KRWEUROPEAN MONETARY EURO EURUNIONJosephine Burianyk Page 1
  2. 2. ARGENTINA PESO ARSBRAZIL REAL BRLDENMARK KRONEK DKKINDIA RUPEE INRMALAYSIA RINGGIT MYRCONDITIONS IMPOSED BY THE GLOBAL BANKS TO ITS MEMBERSFOR INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUNDS (IMF)The IMFs conditionality guidelines explicitly call for limiting structural conditions to measuresthat are critical to the achievement of program objectives. This excludes other policy measuresthat could be very important for the country, but do not affect macroeconomic outcomes.Discussions with country authorities focus on identifying the above mentioned critical measuresand on keeping their scope and number to a minimum. For instance, conditionality in recentFund-supported programs in Ukraine, Hungary, and Iceland focuses on the sectors that are atthe root of the economic crisis.FOR WORLD BANKThe World Bank has made only limited progress in reducing the number of economic policyconditions, such as privatisation and trade liberalisation, attached to its financing but is insteadreclassifying and bundling together conditions in order to downplay use of such conditionalities,a study has found.A report released last Friday by the European Network on Debt and Development (Eurodad)concludes that in spite of Bank’s claims to the contrary, the number of controversial economicpolicy conditions contained in grants and loans to low-income countries remain, at best,unchanged or at worse, increased slightly in the two years since the Bank’s implementation ofits Good Practice Principles (GPP) on conditionality.FOR ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK (ADB)The money would be used for the development of roads and infrastructure. BORROWING COUNTRIESJosephine Burianyk Page 2
  3. 3. WORLD BANK AFRICA - Lesotho - Kiribati- Angola - Liberia - Laos, PDR- Benin - Madagascar - Marshall Islands- Burkina Faso - Malawi - Micronesia, FS- Burundi - Mali - Mongolia- Cape Verde - Mauritania - Myanmar- Cameroon - Mozambique - Papua New Guinea- C.A.R. - Niger - Samoa- Chad - Nigeria - Solomon Islands- Comoros - Rwanda - Timor-Leste- Congo, Democratic - Sao Tome and Pr. - TongaRepublic of (formerly - Senegal - TuvaluZaire) - Sierra Leone - Vanuatu- Congo, Republic of - Somalia - Vietnam- Cote DIvoire - Sudan- Eritrea - Tanzania- Ethiopia - Togo EUROPE AND CENTRAL ASIA- Gambia, The - Uganda - Armenia- Ghana - Zambia - Bosnia-Herzegovina- Guinea - Zimbabwe - Georgia- Guinea-Bissau EAST ASIA _ Kosovo- Kenya - CambodiaJosephine Burianyk Page 3
  4. 4. - Kyrgyz Republic - Honduras SOUTH ASIA- Moldova - Nicaragua - Afghanistan- Tajikistan - St Lucia - Bangladesh- Uzbekistan - St Vincent - Bhutan LATIN AMERICA AND MIDDLE EAST AND - India CARIBBEAN NORTH AFRICA - Maldives- Bolivia - Djibouti - Nepal- Dominica - Yemen, Republic of - Pakistan- Grenada - Sri Lanka- Guyana- Haiti INTERNIATIONAL MONETARY FUND (IMF) 1. Angola 12. Kosovo 2. Antigua and Barbuda 13. Latvia, Republic of 3. Boznia and Herzegovina 14. Maldives 4. Dominican Republic 15. Pakistan 5. El Salvador 16. Romania 6. Georgia 17. Sri Lanka 7. Greece 18. Ukraine 8. Honduras 19. Armenia, Republic of 9. Iceland 20. Ireland 10. Iraq 21. Moldova, Repbublic of 11. Jamaica 22. SeychellesJosephine Burianyk Page 4
  5. 5. 23. Colombia 40. Kenya 24. Mexico 41. Lesotho 25. Poland, Republic of 42. Liberia 26. Macedonia 43. Malawi 27. Armenia 44. Mali 28. Benin 45. Mauritania 29. Burkina Faso 46. Moldova 30. Burundi 47. Nicaragua 31. Comoros 48. Niger 32. Congo, Democratic Republic of 49. Sao Tome & Principe 33. Congo, Republic of 50. Tajikistan, Republic of 34. Cote d’Ivoire 51. Togo 35. Djibouti 52. Yemen, Republic of 36. Ghana 53. Zambia 37. Grenada 54. Maldives 38. Guinea-Bissau 55. Honduras 39. Haiti 56. Solomon Islands ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK (ADB) Pacific Kiribati Palau Timor-LesteJosephine Burianyk Page 5
  6. 6. Marshall Islands Papua New Guinea Tuvalu Micronesia, Federated Samoa Tonga States of Nauru Solomon Islands Vanuatu Southeast Asia Cambodia Lao Peoples Democratic Viet Nam Republic South Asia Bangladesh Bhutan Maldives Nepal Sri Lanka Central and West Asia Afghanistan Armenia Georgia Kyrgyz Republic Pakistan Tajikistan UzbekistanJosephine Burianyk Page 6

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