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  • n. Attributive form of foreign debt


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  • Seeking to avoid a repeat, Mrs. Kirchner also signed a decree forming a congressional committee to oversee foreign-debt payments this year.

    Kirchner Directs Foreign Reserves Into Debt Payments

  • The hryvnia is approaching this year's low at almost nine hryvnias to the dollar, after what the Ministry of Finance called "panic and speculation" coincided with a high burden of foreign-debt repayments for companies in August.

    Political Rivalries Put Ukraine's Economy at Risk

  • Iran, which has, in a sign of desperation, just authorized its banks to issue foreign-debt instruments, and Venezuela, having suffered a second downgrade to its sovereign-credit rating, have strong temptation to keep pumping and free-ride off fellow group members.

    OPEC's Mountain to Climb

  • Mr. Bitsberger, a former U.S. Treasury official who had a role in Freddie's struggle to retain confidence among foreign-debt investors, left within the past few days, the spokeswoman said.

    Freddie Mac Names New Treasurer

  • Holdings of Foreign Debt SHANGHAI -- China's foreign-exchange regulator is cutting short-term foreign-debt quotas for both local and foreign banks as Beijing attempts to ensure financial stability amid mounting evidence that speculative inflows of capital are increasing.

    Beijing Orders Banks to Cut

  • They will be subject to a steeper reduction in their foreign-debt quotas than local banks will be.

    Beijing Orders Banks to Cut

  • "We will further strengthen the control of foreign-debt size."

    China Vows to Crimp 'Hot Money' Inflows

  • The State Administration of Foreign Exchange, part of the central bank, a year ago announced a phased reduction in banks 'short-term foreign-debt quotas.

    China Vows to Crimp 'Hot Money' Inflows

  • Dai-Ichi Life had 6.328 trillion yen ($63.42 billion) of foreign-debt holdings at the end of last March, as well as 9.261 trillion yen of Japanese government bonds, or JGBs, and 3.283 trillion yen of domestic municipal and corporate bonds at the end of the previous year.

    Insurers Shift Strategy

  • Countries such as Brazil, Mexico and Chile have boosted currency reserves, reduced their foreign-debt burdens and tamed inflation in recent years, improving their economic vigor.

    Fears of a Recession


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