CEEMEA borrowers — sovereigns in particular — were forced to ramp up their capital markets borrowing in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The elevated issuance volumes are set to stay, even though there are concerns that some emerging market borrowers will need a strong dose of debt relief amid fears about just how sustainable their borrowing levels are. Mariam Meskin reports.
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