Development resource flows

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Development resource flows includes measuring the inflow of resources to recipient countries through: bilateral official development assistance (ODA); grants; concessional and non-concessional development lending by multilateral financial institutions; and other official flows, including refinancing loans, that are considered to be for development purposes, but which have too low a grant element to qualify as ODA.

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Keywords:  Official development finance, grants, aid inflow, non concessional development lending, aid, Other Official Flows, ODF, concessional development lending, ODA, oof, official development assistance
 

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Private flows are defined as financial flows at market terms financed out of private sector resources (changes in holdings of private, long-term assets held by residents of the reporting country) and private grants (grants by non-government organisations, net of subsidies received from the official sector). Private capital flows can be divided into: foreign direct investment; portfolio equity (the buying and selling of stocks and shares); remittances sent home by migrants; and private sector borrowing. This indicator is measured in million USD constant prices, using 2014 as the base year.

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Keywords:  DAC, development assistance, development, development resources, aid, private development, aid transfers, development capital, international aid, aid flows
 
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