Balance of Indebtedness

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Balance of Indebtedness

A summary of all the assets and liabilities held by a sovereign entity. That is, a balance of indebtedness states all the assets a country owns (examples include national art, taxes not yet spent, and stock in nationalized corporations) and all liabilities (including accounts payable to government workers, unpaid entitlement spending, and especially the national debt). One may consider the balance of indebtedness as the balance sheet for a country. See also: Investment Position.
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Direct investment at historical cost, including country and industry detail, is discussed in "Direct Investment Positions for 2014: Country and Industry Detail" in the July 2015 SURVEY OF CURRENT BUSINESS.
He joined Phoenix in 1981, and has held a series of increasingly senior investment positions.
1) Aggregate estimates of the investment positions on the current-cost and market-value bases are presented in the companion article "The International Investment Position of the United States in 1993," beginning on page 63 of this issue.
See "Direct Investment Positions on a Historical-Cost Basis, 1993: Country and Industry Detail," SURVEY OF CURRENT BUSINESS 74 (June 1994): 72--78.
In addition, he previously held engineering, marketing and strategic investment positions with Intel Corporation.
For details about the revisions to the direct investment position, see "Direct Investment Positions on a Historical-Cost Basis, 1994: Country and Industry Detail," also in the June Survey.
See "Direct Investment Positions on a Historical-Cost Basis, 1994: Country and Industry Detail," SURVEY OF CURRENT BUSINESS 75 (June 1995); 61-68.
Before that, he held a number of senior investment positions throughout 14 years at Lincoln National Corporation and its subsidiaries, including senior credit analyst, vice president and portfolio manager.
Prior to this Maryam held senior investment positions with Prudential Securities and MBIA in North America.
1) See "Direct Investment Positions on a Historical-Cost Basis: Country and Industry Detail for 1995 and Changes in Geographic Composition Since 1982," Survey of Current Business 76 (July 1996): 45-55.
Shares were sold from shareholder brokerage accounts to cover related margin debt incurred by existing shareholders that had investment positions in the Company prior to the Company's acquisition of the Penthouse Media Group shares and the related $16.
See "Direct Investment Positions for 1996: Country and Industry Detail," Survey of Current Business 77 (July 1997): 34-41.
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