Venezuela - Par Bond Series A
Par Bond issued under the Brady Plan debt restructuring agreement and issued with detachable, unsecured, negotiable Oil Obligation Certificates at the rate of 5 certificates per $1,000 bonds, entitling the holder to semi-annual cash payments beginning 1996 when the price of crude oil exports exceeds $26.00 per barrel up to a ceiling of $3.00 per warrant.
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New Financing Agreement (1988)
The original obligors of Yugoslav debt were both specific entities within the country as well as Federal organizations. Since the dissolution of the country, the successor States have assumed responsibility for those portions of the debt which are readily attributable to their respective countries. As of 1994, no agreement has been reached on the re-distribution of former Federal debts; officially, the six Yugoslav republics are jointly responsible for former Federal debt.
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