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Sovereign debt risks becoming more acute

Sovereign dollar bond spreads have widened significantly in several Frontiers over the past couple of months, driven largely by country-specific factors. There are reasons to be hopeful that outright sovereign defaults can be avoided in Ukraine and Ghana, at least for now. The bigger threat of near-term defaults lies in Sri Lanka and Tunisia.

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