A group of investors is pressuring the US government to lift a ban on trading defaulted Venezuelan bonds, which have already fallen to alarmingly low prices, below 10 cents on the dollar.
The debt currently totals US$60 billion, plus interest, and removing the ban would allow a level playing field, which according to the group, would not financially benefit Nicolás Maduro's regime.
Donald Trump's administration imposed the . . .
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