There are well established mechanisms for doing that, like the new arrangements to borrow.
What does NAB stand for?
NAB stands for New Arrangements to Borrow (International Monetary Fund)
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We have 144 other meanings of NAB in our Acronym Attic
- Naval Air/Amphibious Base
- Navy Adjudication Board
- NetWare Asynchronous Board
- Network Adapter Board (computer hardware)
- Network Address Block
- Network Appliance Board (various companies)
- Network Available Bandwidth
- Neue Aargauer Bank (Aarau, Switzerland)
- New Alliance Bank (various locations)
- New American Bible
- Newspaper Advertising Bureau
- Nichols Air Base (Philippines)
- No Airbag (gaming clan)
- Nocturnal Acid Breakthrough
- Non-Alcoholic Beer
- Norfolk Amphibious Base (Virginia)
- North American Baptist Conference (Christian organization formerly made up of German Baptist in North America and six other countries)
- North American Branch (various organizations)
- North American Breweries (Rochester, NY)
- North Atlantic Books (Berkeley, CA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
We welcome the entry into force and the activation of the expanded and more flexible New Arrangements to Borrow.
WASHINGTON, Nov 25 (KUNA) -- Participants in the International Monetary Fund's New Arrangements to Borrow (NAB) agreed to expand the NAB, including new Participants and increase credit arrangements up to USD 600 billion, it was announced here Tuesday.
G20 leaders agreed at a summit in April in London to hike the IMF s New Arrangements to Borrow (NAB) by up to 500 billion dollars, Germany and France s finance ministers said in the letter to their EU counterparts.
Some of the G20 countries that aren't part of the New Arrangements to Borrow, for example, have indicated that they might be interested in joining NAB, that they wanted to do that with bonds rather than loans," she said.
The G20 leaders agreed to make available immediately an additional US$250 billion for the IMF to lend, to be subsequently incorporated into a more flexible New Arrangements to Borrow (NAB), expanded by up to US$500 billion in total.
participation in the New Arrangements to Borrow and an increase in the U.
5 billion dollars for setting up the New Arrangements to Borrow, a new emergency credit line to be furnished by major contributors to the fund.