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Belize flees squeeze

20 August 2012 By Martin Hutchinson

Belize is trying to force a restructuring. The Caribbean nation is more or less solvent, but its cash is precious and its debt expensive. Foreign creditors have limited leverage, as the Greek and Argentine examples show. They can lose their shirts even if countries don’t go bust.

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