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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Sovereign bond defaults have grown at a dizzying pace in Latin America since the beginning of the pandemic. First it was Ecuador, then Argentina, Suriname, Belize, then Suriname again, and Suriname once more. In total,...
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to the UN, 42 economies that borrowed in capital markets have suffered sovereign downgrades since the beginning of the pandemic, being six developed countries, 27 emerging economies, and nine underdeveloped countries. In the...
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Belize voted on Wednesday, November 11th, for a new prime minister to replace Dean Barrow, who is stepping down after more than a dozen years in charge as the Central American country grapples with...
By Aaron Smith, Contributing Reporter BELIZE - “White skin brother from a different mother,” resident poet Cecil, crafting verse for his supper on Caye Caulker, would greet me. This idyllic, Caribbean island paradise was our stopping off point to dive...

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