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Trends and Cashflow

Trends in Arrangement official export credits (2007-2016)

The following charts and tables provide an overview of basic trends in the volume of export credits from official sources that were provided by OECD member countries during the period 2007-2016. For practical reasons, the scope of official export credit transactions included in the charts and tables is limited to those transactions with a repayment term of two years or more that were provided in conformity with the Arrangement on Officially Supported Export Credits (the “Arrangement”). Although all “export credits from official sources” are supported on Arrangement terms and conditions by the majority of OECD member countries, some countries provide official export credits on other than Arrangement terms and conditions. Since these transactions generally have not been reported according to the agreed individual transaction reporting system, only statistics on Arrangement official export credits are presented.

The amounts shown represent value of “committed” credits that were provided directly or that were insured or guaranteed by the official source.

1. Arrangement official export credits (USD Millions)

Notes: Core” business refers to official export credits supported according to the rules found in the body of the Arrangement (Chapter II) or one of the following annexes: (1) nuclear power plants (Annex II), (2) renewable energy, climate change mitigation and adaption and water projects (Annex IV), (3) rail infrastructure (Annex V), (4) coal-fired electric power generation (Annex VI), (5) project finance transactions (Annex VII). "ASU" business refers to aircraft supported to the terms and conditions of the aircraft sector understanding (Annex III). "SSU" business refers to ships supported to the terms and conditions of the ship sector understanding (Annex I). "Concessional-related" business refers to non-concessional export credits provided on Arrangement terms and conditions that form part of a concessional finance package.

 

2. Arrangement official export credits by member country for the period 2007-2016


Notes
: OECD member countries that either do not have an official export credit programme or that have never reported any medium-/long-term Arrangement official export credits are not listed in the table. For non-members, only arrangement official export credits received are shown.

 

3. Arrangement official export credits: Destination Countries by Income Level (USD Millions) for the Period 2007-2016

 

4. Arrangement official export credits by Broad Sector (USD Millions) for the Period 2007-2016

 

5. Arrangement official export credits for energy production plants

 

Cashflow

Members of the Export Credits Group report cashflow data on a yearly basis with a view of identifying trends relating to new business, claims, recoveries, etc. and to consider Export Credit Agencies’ positions regarding the obligation provided in the Arrangement to charge premium rates that are not inadequate to cover the long term operating costs and losses of their export credit programmes.  cash flow results for officially supported export credits

» Download the Cashflow results for the Period 1999-2017 for officially supported export credits

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