Risks Associated to Public Governmental Debt and Their Management
Public debt portfolio is the most important financial portfolio of a country, reflecting the complex and risky financial structures that can generate substantial risks on the patrimony of state and on its financial stability. Recent crises have highlighted the need to limit exposure to liquidity risk and other risks which make economies of states to become vulnerable to some external shocks. A viable and prudent management of public debt structures and strategies aimed at avoiding dangerous loan becomes crucial because the consequences it causes serious macroeconomic failure to pay debts, heavy losses of production and high costs associated with them.
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