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Developing Country Debt: Debt Swaps for Development and Nature Provide Little Debt Relief
Harold J. Johnson (ed)
A debt swap is a form of debt conversion in which external hard currency debt is traded for local currency or debt denominated in local currency. Debt-for-nature swaps support specific environ. projects, i.e., the designation & mgmt. of protected areas, the devít. of conservation mgmt. plans, the training of park personnel, & environ. educ. activities. Devít. swaps support projects such as micro-enterprise, educ., training, health, ag. This report: ascertains the number of developing countries that have participated in debt swaps, the extent to which these swaps have reduced external debt, & the programs undertaken; assesses the advantages & disadvantages of debt swaps & the efforts of the U.S. AID to support voluntary org. that participate in such swaps.
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