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October 25, 1998 | Reuters
The Clinton administration is helping put together a $30-billion international aid package to help Brazil and other Latin American nations survive the turmoil in global financial markets, the New York Times reported today. The package would include direct aid and loan guarantees from individual nations and world organizations, the Times quoted U.S. and foreign officials as saying.
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October 25, 1998 | Reuters
The Clinton administration is helping put together a $30-billion international aid package to help Brazil and other Latin American nations survive the turmoil in global financial markets, the New York Times reported today. The package would include direct aid and loan guarantees from individual nations and world organizations, the Times quoted U.S. and foreign officials as saying.
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March 21, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
The Reagan Administration believes that the debtor countries' strongest economic weapon, the debt moratorium, has been tried and discredited, U.S. government officials said on Sunday. The officials, attending the annual meeting of the Inter-American Development Bank, said they believed that the debt crisis had turned a critical corner and that the strategy unveiled by Treasury Secretary James Baker 2 1/2 years ago and refined since had been more successful than was generally recognized.
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March 21, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
The Reagan Administration believes that the debtor countries' strongest economic weapon, the debt moratorium, has been tried and discredited, U.S. government officials said on Sunday. The officials, attending the annual meeting of the Inter-American Development Bank, said they believed that the debt crisis had turned a critical corner and that the strategy unveiled by Treasury Secretary James Baker 2 1/2 years ago and refined since had been more successful than was generally recognized.
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