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Bonds: Bolivia offers 7.5% interest rate until 2030 but does not finalize issuance

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Bolivian Government offered to pay an interest rate of 7.5% in a term of up to eight years to private investors interested in the repurchase and exchange of sovereign bonds for US$2 billion. A specialist assured that this interest rate is high and could even be higher than 8% at the closing of the operation.

According to the Cision PR Newswire portal, Bolivia proposes that the bonds mature in 2030, with . . .

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