## Pakistan Development Review, Volume 16, Issues 1-3Pakistan Institute of Development Economics, 1977 - Pakistan |

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P is the rate of interest during the grace

the rate of interest on the loan . A is the equal annual instalments of debt

servicing on the loan . t is the repayment

r ...

P is the rate of interest during the grace

**period**. B is the grace**period**in years . isthe rate of interest on the loan . A is the equal annual instalments of debt

servicing on the loan . t is the repayment

**period**of the loan . i is the discount rate .r ...

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loaned are known , then the value of the instalment repayable on the loan can be

calculated . However , loans may be repaid in one of three ways . The first is in ...

**period**. If the values of these variables , as well as the amount of the principalloaned are known , then the value of the instalment repayable on the loan can be

calculated . However , loans may be repaid in one of three ways . The first is in ...

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The elasticities for the rate of interest , the grace

varies with different discount rates , maturity

rates .

The elasticities for the rate of interest , the grace

**period**, and the repayment**period**are -0.07379 , 0.32839 , and ... tables showing how the grant elementvaries with different discount rates , maturity

**periods**, grace**periods**, and interestrates .

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### Contents

Table | 13 |

A Simple Optimisation Model for Cotton Processing Activities | 17 |

An Urban Poverty Line Estimate | 49 |

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