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Consolidated Foreign Claims of BIS-Reporting Banks to GDP for Botswana

2013: 10.324 Percent  
Annual, Not Seasonally Adjusted, DDOI12BWA156NWDB, Updated: 2015-10-02 1:10 PM CDT
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The ratio of consolidated foreign claims to GDP of the banks that are reporting to BIS. Foreign claims are defined as the sum of cross-border claims plus foreign offices' local claims in all currencies. In the consolidated banking statistics claims that are granted or extended to nonresidents are referred to as either cross-border claims. In the context of the consolidated banking statistics, local claims refer to claims of domestic banks' foreign affiliates (branches/subsidiaries) on the residents of the host country (i.e. country of residence of affiliates).

Source Code: GFDD.OI.14

Source: World Bank

Release: Global Financial Development

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World Bank, Consolidated Foreign Claims of BIS-Reporting Banks to GDP for Botswana [DDOI12BWA156NWDB], retrieved from FRED, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, May 30, 2016.

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