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This Chart Shows What African Union and UN Negotiators Are Desperately Trying to Avoid

Interest rates on Zambian 10-year bonds have more than doubled since January to an astonishing 38%. So, it’s not surprising there’s growing speculation that Lusaka will have no choice but to default on its $3 billion of bond holdings.

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