Mozambique Tuna Bonds Plunge to Record Low on RestructuringPaul Wallace and Tom Bowker
The bonds of Mozambique’s tuna-fishing company plunged, sending yields to all-time highs, after a report from a state-owned news service that the government is seeking to rearrange the debt.
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