Mexico’s bellwether case for sovereign debt restructuring

By 1984, Mexico had amassed sovereign debt stocks totaling around $96.6 billion. Whitney Debevoise, a partner with Arnold & Porter and a former US executive director of the World Bank explains how a new debt service programme nearly paved the way for recovery

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