Ivory Coast raises hopes of coupon payment after DF King commission
Ivory Coast took the first step towards addressing outstanding coupon payments on its 2032 bond this week with the announcement that DF King Worldwide had been commissioned to identify holders of the note.
The West African republic missed three semi-annual payments on the $2.3bn bond, itself the product of a restructuring process that ended in April 2010, following the resumption of civil war in October of that year.
The government led by president Alassane Ouattara resumed coupon payments in June this
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