Debt dilution: when it is a major problem and how to deal with it
Burcu Eyigungor ()
Business Review, 2013, issue Q4, 1-8
Today we recognize sovereign default, which was once largely confined to developing economies, as a threat not only to investors and to the defaulting country's economic and political stability but also to the global financial system. Burcu Eyigungor explains that a major reason that countries are prone to debt crises is a phenomenon called debt dilution.
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