April 3, 2020
 
 
 
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Domestic Financing Strategy

As domestic debt becomes an increasingly important resource mobilisation option for developing countries, it is necessary to analyse the options for restructuring the current domestic debt portfolio and the options for future new issuances.

To assist countries in this area DFI has developed a methodology which enables governments to analyse how best to balance the supply of domestic debt for budget deficit financing and monetary policy implementation, with the demands of the financial market for holding domestic debt intruments. An overview of this methodology is found in Key Issues for Analysing Domestic Debt Sustainability.

To strengthen countries capacity in this area, DFI has developed detailed training materials and manuals,conducted research and analysis and provides advisory services.

Latest work DFI carried out in this area:

13 April 2015 - ODI Launches Financing the Future Report, New York

ODI LogoAn evening reception launched the ODI report on Financing the Future, advocating mobilisation of public finance for the SDGs, especially for low- and lower-middle income countries and social protection. Oxfam Executive Director Winnie Byanyima and Ulrika Modéer Swedish Secretary of State for International Development Cooperation made remarks supporting the report’s conclusions.

 

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