INTERVIEW: Dominican Republic strives for fiscal balance

INTERVIEW: Dominican Republic strives for fiscal balance

Asset Management Bonds Debt Capital Markets Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Economy & Policy Fixed Income Dominican Republic Caribbean US

The Dominican Republic is not likely to return to the international bond market to cover its financing needs in 2021, but it could come back at any time to improve its debt profile, María José Martínez, the deputy minister of public credit, told LatinFinance. Following a two-part deal for $2.5 billion last week, the Caribbean country has fulfilled its fundraising plans in the international bond market for the year, although it could carry out an opportunistic transaction if local interest rates

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