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Andean Hamilton

29 July 2013 By Martin Hutchinson

Peru’s 1970s land reform bonds have become cheap fodder for speculators. But as with U.S. revolutionary war debt and frozen Yugoslavian savings in the 1990s, a genuine effort to pay off creditors can earn a government valuable market confidence. Lima should try it.

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