Achieving the SDGs requires the mobilization and effective use of all available sources of financing. Countries use different mechanisms to manage, allocate and distribute revenues: SWFs are one such mechanism. SWFs are used for different purposes, for example to cover budget deficits when resource revenues decline, save for future generations, support public investments and development objectives, enhance returns on international reserves while minimizing risks over the long term, and reduce spending volatility.
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