Mozambique - Net financial flows, bilateral (NFL, current US$)

The latest value for Net financial flows, bilateral (NFL, current US$) in Mozambique was $141,900,800 as of 2018. Over the past 48 years, the value for this indicator has fluctuated between $801,229,900 in 2014 and ($32,112,580) in 1995.

Definition: Bilateral debt includes loans from governments and their agencies (including central banks), loans from autonomous bodies, and direct loans from official export credit agencies. Net flows (or net lending or net disbursements) received by the borrower during the year are disbursements minus principal repayments. Data are in current U.S. dollars.

Source: World Bank, International Debt Statistics.

See also:

Year Value
1970 $0
1971 $0
1972 $0
1973 $0
1974 $0
1975 $0
1976 $0
1977 $7,137,266
1978 $0
1979 $5,704,530
1980 $1,373,472
1981 $10,280,190
1982 $59,893,160
1983 $118,240,300
1984 $617,371,000
1985 $306,722,800
1986 $296,348,700
1987 $231,482,500
1988 $100,726,000
1989 $98,003,200
1990 $107,056,600
1991 $38,705,140
1992 $36,975,340
1993 $29,408,610
1994 ($25,292,690)
1995 ($32,112,580)
1996 ($28,252,820)
1997 ($12,899,310)
1998 ($11,861,040)
1999 ($5,569,115)
2000 ($12,056,570)
2001 ($2,310,851)
2002 $20,927,570
2003 ($5,728,007)
2004 $1,051,547
2005 ($4,156,320)
2006 ($428,463)
2007 $8,583,888
2008 $50,302,050
2009 $231,523,900
2010 $200,417,700
2011 $393,520,800
2012 $511,400,500
2013 $656,370,900
2014 $801,229,900
2015 $311,663,600
2016 $342,599,000
2017 $374,151,100
2018 $141,900,800

Statistical Concept and Methodology: Data show concessional and nonconcessional financial flows from official bilateral sources. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development's (OECD) Development Assistance Committee (DAC) defines concessional flows from bilateral donors as flows with a grant element of at least 25 percent; they are evaluated assuming a 10 percent nominal discount rate.

Aggregation method: Sum

Periodicity: Annual

Classification

Topic: Economic Policy & Debt Indicators

Sub-Topic: External debt