Foreign Debt and Latin American Economic Development by Antonio Jorge

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7. , W. P. Glade and K. M. S. Economic Interactions (Washington: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1974), Parts I and II and IV. Empirical Bradford, C. , "Interpretive Summary," Cepal Review, April, 1980. Business International, Trading in Latin America, the Impact of Changing Policies, New York, 1981. Chase Econometrics, Latin America Long-Term Forecast, Bala Cynwyol, Pennsylvania, 1981. Citybank, "Taking a Second Look at Third World Debt," Citybank, January 1981. Cline, W.

5 percent in those years. (Table 8 ) . The debt maturity profile which projects the future burden of principal repayments was evenly spread during the I960's and early 1970's. This made it easier for the region to borrow in the international capital markets in order to adjust to the world-wide crisis of 1974-1975. But in the following years, the widespread deterioration in the debt maturity structure of Latin America as a whole, with the "bunching" of large amortization payments in the immediate future, stemmed mainly from the increasing private bank finan- This concept refers in foreign currency, with year, contracted directly with the guarantee of the countries.

The debt service burden of the remaining Latin American countries, taken as a group, claimed a relatively smaller portion of their export earnings and always lagged far behind the regional average, although individual countries departed in some cases from the regular behavior of the group. But, despite its limitations, a rising debt service ratio is a warning signal of liquidity problems, and its rapid deterioration cannot be ignored. As a result of the accumulated effects of external and internal imbalances attributed to a number of factors, especially to the severity of balance of payments pressures and the rapid build-up of costly medium-term bank borrowing, eleven developing countries sought and obtained multilateral debt renegotiations between 1975 and 1980.

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