International Finance and Financial Policy

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in such large volume? In the absence of further alleviation--which would almost surely require the financial participation of industrial-country governments other than Japan, especially the United States--it would not be surprising to see more and more of the debtors go into arrears on interest payments. If this happens, it will probably be done more in sorrow than anger and in a nonconfrontational way. And, as we have observed, it would not cause a financial crisis in the banking systems of the industrial countries.


NOTES

I am grateful to my colleagues Carlos Paredes and Nora Lustig for helpful comments on an earlier version of this paper.

1.
Estimates of private-sector lending to developing countries vary widely from one source to another. These statistical problems are discussed in IMF, World Economic Outlook, April 1989, pp. 26-27.

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