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debt swap

n
(Banking & Finance) See swap4
Translations
échange de créances
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German ambassador to Egypt, Julius Georg Luy said that Egypt and Germany have resumed negotiations on debt swaps which were stopped due to some economic and political issues.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-February 21, 2019--Zambian central bank considering debt swaps to build reserves
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 21, 2019--Zambian central bank considering debt swaps to build reserves
Global Banking News-February 21, 2019--Zambian central bank considering debt swaps to build reserves
They come in three forms--three-party debt swaps, bilateral debt swaps, and multilateral debt swaps.
The central bank acquired the Eurobonds through two debt swaps with the Ministry of Finance.
The amount of grants, loans and debt swaps from member states and European financial institutions amasses to a total of AaAaAeA@1/411 billion, marking the EU as the biggest donor to Egypt.
Supreme Court this week swatted down Argentina's last appeal against a ruling that it pay the holdouts Fernandez calls "vultures." They refused discounted debt swaps to restructure most of the $100 billion the country defaulted on in 2001.
These strategies included debt swaps and bond buyback programs.
"Panama's proficient debt management has also reduced the outstanding debt stock and improved the debt profile through various debt swaps and buyback operations." Passage last year of the "Fiscal Responsibility Law" (FRL) should help establish an improved fiscal stance over time, says the Moody's report.
It is extremely rare these days that issues of any moment are seriously debated and resolved in the official meetings but, in countless bilateral meetings, future bond transactions, debt swaps, trade facilities and the like are conducted to benefit of both sides.
Par-for-par debt swaps, on the other hand, remained nontaxable until the 1990 Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act, which was motivated by some sizable swaps earlier that year (see Kalotay and Tuckman, 1992).