Fraud Charges In Peru Surround Two Very Different Bond Ratings

Should a previous default and refusal to pay on acknowledged debt be a factor in a loan decision? This question is front and center as two ratings agencies take very different views as fraud acquisitions from a senior member of Peru's high court and official government criminal charges swirl.


Two very different views on risk in Peru's bonds
Peru's bond offerings has received two distinctly different ratings . . .

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