CHINA: Will Beijing grant debt relief to distressed foreign borrowers?

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● China is likely to be flexible in re-negotiating bilateral loans to poor countries suffering from debt distress due to Covid-19. ● Beijing is concerned that the pandemic is fueling a global backlash against China, providing further incentive to take a soft line with borrowers. ● The claim that China intentionally uses "debt-trap diplomacy" to gain leverage over poorer countries is not well supported. The coronavirus pandemic is threatening emerging markets governments' ability to meet foreign debt obligations. As the world's largest bilateral creditor, China has a crucial
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Hoy es un gran día para recordar que los judíos de Europa oriental entendían que la palabra hebrea para vid (GueFeN) escondía 3 bendiciones en yiddish:

G uezunte (salud)
P arnuse (sustento)¹
N ajes (alegrías)

Que así sea! 😊
Shana tova! 🍷

¹ En hebreo, F y P son la misma letra

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