Debt Reduction Programdebt-reduction programme
A number of other important indices of over-indebtedness exist. There are several possible causes for incurring foreign debt that is not sustainable: Clearly, in recent years and after the credit crunch, borrower leaders can simply count on thrift or economic recovery to sustain their present indebtedness - hence the need for restructuring to prevent all our defaults.
Debt consolidation consists of two major components - debt consolidation, in which the maturities of old debt are extended, possibly at lower interest levels, and debt reduction, in which the face value of outstanding debt is lower. Either type of estate reorganization results in a forfeiture of the present value of the receivables asserted by the holders, known as the "haircut".
HIPCI's primary goal is to bring debt down to sustainability in order to redistribute funds for reducing global debt. To concentrate effort on reducing global poverty, the United Nations started its Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in 2000, which include defining the following targets: Reducing infant deaths.
Debt restructuring or a reduction in debt repayment will reduce the duration or seriousness of the savings program. Debt forgiveness, for example, through the provision of an assurance contract against bad tax administration by domestic government, raises the issue of ethical risk so that borrowers do not take appropriate measures to avoid debt issues occurring in the longer term.
Debt relief or the potential for bad debts means that lenders will try to raise their anticipated rate of new business returns, which means that interest rate levels on new credit are likely to rise - which in turn will have a detrimental effect on other borrower. That means that a typically Nigerian blue-collar would have to give up more than half the value of his GDP each year just to pay his foreign debt.