May 5, 2021 |
Colombia's sovereign bond prices in the secondary market suffered little after the government withdrew a proposed tax reform proposal because the market did not expect the bill to pass as it was written, but the country is still under pressure to make necessary fiscal adjustments, sources told LatinFinance.
On Sunday, President Ivan Duque said his administration would not pursue proposed tax reform legislation after days of protests in many cities across the country. On Monday, the price of Colo
Sovereign issuer has little time to renegotiate a tax reform bill that will preserve its investment-grade status