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March 11, 1988 | From Reuters
Panama, racked by economic and political strife, informed Japanese investors that it cannot make a $39-million bond payment that was due Thursday, bankers said. The country has blamed its failure to make the final payment on the 10-year bonds on a cutoff in dollars by the United States, they said. The move could mean that Panama will be shut out of borrowing in the bond markets, worsening its economic position.
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June 25, 1988 | United Press International
Japan has given its official backing to the Panamanian government of military strongman Manuel A. Noriega, and the United States has quietly accepted the decision, Japanese officials said Friday. Japan's support could give Noriega a needed financial boost in his battle to survive pressure from President Reagan to leave office.
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June 25, 1988 | United Press International
Japan has given its official backing to the Panamanian government of military strongman Manuel A. Noriega, and the United States has quietly accepted the decision, Japanese officials said Friday. Japan's support could give Noriega a needed financial boost in his battle to survive pressure from President Reagan to leave office.
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March 11, 1988 | From Reuters
Panama, racked by economic and political strife, informed Japanese investors that it cannot make a $39-million bond payment that was due Thursday, bankers said. The country has blamed its failure to make the final payment on the 10-year bonds on a cutoff in dollars by the United States, they said. The move could mean that Panama will be shut out of borrowing in the bond markets, worsening its economic position.
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