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Restructuring in a war zone

19 March 2015 By Neil Unmack

The Kiev government needs to restructure its debt, but one of its big creditors is its foe Russia. The possibility of defaulting on that part of the debt complicates the talks and exacerbates tensions. But sparing Moscow could irk other creditors, and make an agreement harder. 

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