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During the 1990s, Bolivia received mostly bilateral debt forgiveness within the Paris Club framework. Multilateral forgiveness started in 1998 and was relatively small. In Zambia, the greatest debt reduction occurred in 1994 as the result of a buyback operation. Uganda’s debt was reduced chieﬂy due to a buyback in 1993 and to multilateral debt relief in 1998. In Tanzania, the slight reduction was due largely to agreements with the Paris Club. Jamaica beneﬁted from debt reduction only at the start of the 1990s, particularly in 1991.
In addition, a variety of factors on the demand side caused debts to increase even further. 1 Share of the various categories of creditors in total public debt, 1980 and 1990, in per cent Bilateral Bolivia Jamaica Nicaragua Peru Mozambiquea Tanzania Uganda Zambia 1980 1990 30 44 26 42 34 75 40 51 48 57 70 32 74 58 26 59 Multilateral ■ 1980 1990 20 20 25 8 65 17 15 19 43 30 11 16 11 34 59 31 Private ■ Total 1980 1990 49 36 48 50 1 8 45 30 9 13 19 52 15 8 15 10 ■ 1980 1990 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 Source: Calculated on the basis of data from World Bank: Global Development Finance, CDROM 2002 Note a The 1980 column for Mozambique refers to 1981 when the size of recorded debt was still so small that little can be said about its distribution.
Commercial banks were interested not so much in an IMF agreement or its implementation, as in the inﬂow of ofﬁcial capital that accompanied it and enabled the country in question to repay at least part of the claims of private creditors (Dooley 1994). 28 Origins of debt and overview of debt relief An IMF agreement was always a condition for debt relief agreements with the Paris Club on ofﬁcial bilateral debt. e. with arrears on debt service incurred up to the date of the agreement, and with claims falling due during the term of the IMF agreement.