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Unjust deserts

19 May 2014 By Martin Hutchinson

Low inflation, scant supply and an improving economy may be driving appetite for a planned $700 mln offering. But the country defaulted on $3.2 bln of debt only six years ago. While absolution – or amnesia – may be good for deadbeat regimes, it raises global financial risk. 

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