02 billion, and IMF special drawing rights at USD 19.
What does XDR stand for?
XDR stands for Special Drawing Right (International Monetary Fund - ISO)
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We have 2 other meanings of XDR in our Acronym Attic
- Xerox Distributed Print Mode (Xerox Corporation)
- X-Band Diode Phase Shifter
- Cross-Layered Detection and Response (cybersecurity)
- Expanded Data Rate (Used in conjuction with the Advanced Extremely High Frequency program)
- Extended Data Representation
- Extended Dynamic Range
- External Data Representation
- Extra Durable Rubber (shoes)
- Extreme Data Rate
- Extreme Drug Resistant
- XML Data Reduced
- XML Data Representation
- Extreme Drug Resistant Tuberculosis
- Extensively Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis
- Xilisoft DVD Ripper Platinum
- Cross-enterprise Document Sharing
- Extended Data Service (television data transmission service)
- Extensible Data Security (Microsoft)
- X-Ray Spectrometer Detector System
- X/Open Directory Services
Samples in periodicals archive:
3 billion since the last adjustment in June, while special drawing rights fell slightly from $1.
The commission also looked at a draft law relating to the permission to raise Tunisia's share in the IMF by 258,7 million special drawing rights, that is 599,6 million dinars, to reach 545,2 million special drawing rights.
32) for 2009 was issued on Wednesday ratifying a loan agreement signed in April 6, 2009 between Yemen and International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) amounting to 1,200,000 Special Drawing Rights (SDRs).
Bulgaria has received from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) 474 586 534 Special Drawing Rights (SDRs), equivalent to about 517 million euro, Darik Radio said.
net (Staff Writer) The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has backed an allocation of Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) equivalent to $250 billion to provide liquidity to the global economic system by supplementing the fund's 186 member countries' foreign exchange reserves.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has backed an allocation of Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) equivalent to $250 billion to boost global liquidity by supplementing the Fund's 186 member countries' foreign exchange reserves.