Brazil, Argentina, Venezuela and Mexico Among Countries Most in Arrears to UN

The United States alone owes US$674 million this year and US$381 million in previous years.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to the United Nations, which is experiencing its worst liquidity crisis in ten years, just seven countries account for 97 percent of the organization's shortfall, and four of them are Latin American.

"Sixty-five nations have yet to pay (...) - Seven countries represent 97 percent of the amount in question and the remainder, together, account for about 2.5 percent. The seven countries are the USA, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico . . .

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