Ukraine Seen Kicking Can Down the Road With Debt Deal: Analysts

  • 20 percent principal cut seen as `soft' by Societe Generale
  • IMF growth targets were too optimistic: Union Investment

A serviceman next to a destroyed tank on the position of Ukrainian forces in the Lugansk region on August 26, 2015.

Photographer: Anatoli Stepanov/AFP via Getty Images

As soon as Ukraine announced details of a deal to restructure about $18 billion of Eurobonds, analysts began questioning whether the agreement will leave the war-torn nation with a sustainable debt burden.

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