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Sovereign debt and current account risks are building

The effects of the war in Ukraine and strong dollar are causing sovereign debt risks to build in a handful of frontier markets with weak balance sheets, while public debt dynamics in parts of Emerging Europe also look increasingly concerning. Meanwhile, worries about Turkey’s balance of payments position remain acute, and external risks are growing in Chile and Romania.

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