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Colombia set to cut back international debt issuance

The Colombian government is reducing its external financing needs for 2013 by $1bn in an attempt to control the Colombian peso’s rally against the dollar. This will oblige the government to buy US dollars in order to meet payments on international debt, according to the ministry of finance.

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