Ifi Contribution Act 2010

Original Language Title: IFI-Beitragsgesetz 2010

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19. Federal Act on Austrian Contributions to International Financial Institutions (IFI-Contribution Act 2010)

The National Council has decided:

§ 1. Within the limits of the capital increases in international financial institutions in which the Republic of Austria is a member, the Federal Government takes over the following additional shares of capital:

1.

19 501 additional capital shares in the amount of 10 000 units of account within the framework of the sixth general capital increase of the African Development Bank (AfDB-KE VI).

2.

22 832 additional capital shares of EUR 10 000 each in the framework of the second general increase in the capital of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD-KE 2).

3.

3 081 additional capital shares in the amount of 100 000 US dollars each with the weight and the fine content of 1 July 1944 as part of the general capital increase 2010 of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD-KE 2010 A).

4.

467 additional capital shares in the amount of 100 000 US dollars each with the weight and fine content of 1 July 1944 as part of the selective capital increase of 2010 of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD-KE 2010 S).

5.

9 318 additional capital shares in the amount of $10 000 each with the weight and fine content of 1. January 1959 in the context of the ninth general capital increase of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB-KE 9).

§ 2. The Federal Government is participating in the replenials of the funds of international financial institutions in which the Republic of Austria is a member, with the following amounts:

1.

$981 339 in the context of the ninth replenish of the Inter-American Development Bank's Fund for Special Operations (FSO 9)

2.

EUR 42 600 000 as part of the fifth recovery of the Global Environment Facility Trust Fund managed by the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (GEF 5)

§ 3. The Federal Minister of Finance is responsible for the enforcement of this federal law.

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Faymann