Ignoring warnings, planned sovereign debt issuance still robust

There seems to be no slackening in demand from sub-Saharan nations eager to tap the international bond markets in spite of warnings from the IMF against indebtedness as currency risk increases. Cote d’Ivoire started a round of talks with potential creditors last week, and Angola, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda and Nigeria are all nurturing their own plans to sell sovereign debt this year.

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