January 5, 2022
Uruguay said last week that it expects to issue $3.23 billion in bonds in both the local and international markets to cover much of its financing requirements in 2022.
The government's debt management unit said in a presentation that it needs to raise $3.69 billion to fund spending plans this year, including $1.85 billion to pay off bonds and loans and $1.57 billion to make interest payments.
Uruguay is working on a sale of sustainability-linked bonds (SLBs) with interest rates tied to targets t
South American sovereign plans to sell $3.2 bln in bonds this year, down from $4.1 bln in 2021