Panama: Debt Recovers From Wobbly Start To 2005

January 2005
Emerging Markets Monitor;1/17/2005, Vol. 10 Issue 38, p9
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Focuses on the level of sovereign debt of Panama in 2005. Statement issued by Panamanian President Martin Torrijos regarding his plans to institute fiscal reforms in the country; Rates of global bond issued by the country from January 1 to 10, 2005; Proposed economic measures to be taken by the government to decrease its fiscal deficit in 2005.


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