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Mexico"s external debt restructuring in 1989-90

Sweder van Wijnbergen

Mexico"s external debt restructuring in 1989-90

by Sweder van Wijnbergen

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Published by Country Operations Division, Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office, Country Dept. II, World Bank in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Mexico.,
  • Mexico
    • Subjects:
    • Debt relief -- Mexico.,
    • Debt relief -- Mexico -- Econometric models.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      StatementSweder van Wijnbergen.
      SeriesPolicy, research, and external affairs working papers ;, WPS 424
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHJ8519 .W55 1990
      The Physical Object
      Pagination33, 21 [i.e. 26] p. :
      Number of Pages33
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1584783M
      LC Control Number91110542

      Public and publicly guaranteed debt is reported on quarterly basis through form 1 and form 2. Specifically, the new loan commitments are reported on Forms 1, and when appropriate, 1A (Schedule of Drawings and Principal and Interest Payments); the loan transactions are reported once a year on Form 2 (Current Status and Transactions). A. Introduction. 1. Mexico has made substantial progress over the past few years in reducing the risks associated to its public rapid recovery from the –95 crisis and the macroeconomic stability achieved since then, together with its well–regarded debt–management practices, have earned Mexico an investment grade rating on its sovereign external debt from the three main.

        I. INTRODUCTION. The current regime for sovereign debt restructuring 1 emerged in the late twentieth century as the outcome of policy initiatives undertaken by institutions dominated by the Group of Seven (G-7) wealthy nations. 2 Based on a combination of contract law and official intervention by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), sovereign debtors and their creditors have been largely. The Latin American debt crisis (Spanish: Crisis de la deuda latinoamericana; Portuguese: Crise da dívida latino-americana) was a financial crisis that originated in the early s (and for some countries starting in the s), often known as La Década Perdida (The Lost Decade), when Latin American countries reached a point where their foreign debt exceeded their earning power, and they.

      After a prolonged and almost total reliance on debt restructurings and concerted new money Mexico's External Debt and the Return to Voluntary Capital Market Financing The paper analyzes the evolution of Mexico's approach to commercial bank debt restructuring since.   Salinas said the Government would seek up to $7 billion in new foreign credits and a reduction in servicing payments on Mexico's $ billion foreign debt when restructuring .


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Mexico's external debt restructuring in (English) Abstract The subject of this paper is the agreement reached on J which offered commercial creditors the choice to exchange old debt instruments for new instruments involving debt relief, but partially secured with collateral; or for unsecured instruments Cited by: 6.

Placing Mexican creditors in the new money option for purposes of the calculations, results in a mix of % par bond, % discount bond and % new money.

This mix would require $ billion (Table 3), $ billion more than has been committed sofar. J This agreement included. a debt relief option involving 35% debt. relief, exactly halfway the opening. proposals of both parties. The structure. of this agreement, which was further.

The subject of this paper is the agreement reached on J which offered commercial creditors the choice to exchange old debt instruments for new instruments involving debt relief, but partially secured with collateral; or for unsecured instruments without debt relief, but with a new money commitment attached.

Mexico's external debt restructuring in Sweder van Wijnbergen (). NoPolicy Research Working Paper Series from The World Bank Abstract: The subject of this paper is the agreement reached on J which offered commercial creditors the choice to exchange old debt instruments for new instruments involving debt relief, but partially secured with collateral; or for unsecured Cited by: 6.

Mexico's external debt restructuring in (الانكليزية) الخلاصة The subject of this paper is the agreement reached on J which offered commercial creditors the choice to exchange old debt instruments for new instruments involving debt relief, but partially secured with collateral; or for unsecured instruments Cited by: 6.

Mexico's external debt restructuring in (Английский) Аннотация The subject of this paper is the agreement reached on J which offered commercial creditors the choice to exchange old debt instruments for new instruments involving debt relief, but partially secured with collateral; or for unsecured instruments Cited by: 6.

Mexico's external debt restructuring in (英语) 摘要. The subject of this paper is the agreement reached on J which offered commercial creditors the choice to exchange old debt instruments for new instruments involving debt relief, but partially secured with collateral; or for unsecured instruments Cited by: 6.

Mexico's external debt restructuring in By Sweder van Wijnbergen. Download PDF (3 MB) Abstract. The subject of this paper is the agreement reached on J which offered commercial creditors the choice to exchange old debt instruments for new instruments involving debt relief, but partially secured with collateral; or for.

Central Government Debt by Maturity SHCP * Gross Domestic Debt Million pesos Mar/20 7, 7, * Gross External Debt Million U.S. dollars Mar/20, * Short Term Million U.S.

dollars Mar/20 3, 2, RENEGOTIATION OF THE EXTERNAL DEBT IN MEXICO IN THE S. Carlos Marichal [El Colegio de México] Summary: In the mid and late s the restructuring and conversion of the outstanding Mexican public debt was successfully accomplished, thus bringing to a close six decades of conflicts between the Mexican government and its foreign creditors.

Here we present some data about the debt contracted by Mexico with international actors. For example: to the United States we owe almost 4 out of every 10 dollars. The public external debt of Mexico amounts to almostmillion dollars, which represent 18% of the total size of the Mexican economy measured through the Gross Domestic Product (GDP).

The Untold Story of the Mexican Debt Crisis: Domestic Banks and External Debt, Sebastian Alvarez* University of Geneva. Abstract: In the years preceding the international debt crisis of the s, international banks displayed a growing enthusiasm for lending to Mexico and other developing countries.

with the Mexican Council on Foreign Relations (COMEXI) to discuss Mexican perspectives on sovereign debt restructuring. 1 Taking place in Mexico City, the workshop featured expert participants from the public and private sectors, as.

External Debt in Mexico averaged USD Million from untilreaching an all time high of USD Million in the fourth quarter of and a record low of USD Million in the first quarter of This page provides - Mexico External Debt - actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and news.

its debt, and could realize cents on the dollar for outstanding loans. Van Wijnbergen, S. Mexico's external debt restructuring in / An economic analysis.

Economic Policy. Warner, A. Did the debt crisis cause the investment crisis. Quarterly Journal of Economics. World Debt Tables. Washington, DC: The.

'Mexico's External Debt Deal', New York Times, 24 February Secondary Market Prices under Different Debt Reduction Strategies; an Option Pricing Approach with an Application to Mexico', CEPR. THE EMERGING OF A MULTILATERAL FORUM FOR DEBT RESTRUCTURING: THE PARIS CLUB Enrique Cosio-Pascal No.

November Acknowledgement: This paper draws, in many aspects, from the professional experience of the author as an official of the Ministry of Finance in Mexico – on which he participated in. Mexico - External Debt Current account deficit widens amid recovering domestic demand.

The current account registered a deficit of USD billion in the third quarter, which was larger than the previous quarter's deficit of USD billion, but smaller than the USD billion deficit incurred in. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.Downloadable!

Interest rates fell sharply after Mexico's Brady deal, and private investment and growth recovered. The authors show that the main benefit of debt relief was not to lower expected payments but to reduce uncertainty.

Reduced uncertainty was found to be the dominant factor in explaining the positive macroeconomic response (largely because of its favorable effect on exchange rate.In order to adhere to the conceptual framework proposed in the "External Debt Statistics: Guide for Compilers and Users" (), published by the IMF, and, at the same time, to facilitate the comparison with official statistics (published by SHCP,available at ) the table clearly presents the official Mexican external debt.