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The hunt for pari passu

A new interpretation of the pari passu clause in cross-border debt says borrowers must pay creditors on a ratable basis. If correct, this would change the patterns of international finance. But this ratable- payment theory is a fallacy. Lee C Buchheit and Jeremiah S Pam explain why

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