Government Expenditure Arrears; Securitization and Other Solutions
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KeywordsAzerbaijan; Armenia; Argentina; Cameroon; Belarus; Russian Federation; Latvia; Kazakhstan; Kyrgyz Republic; Moldova; Georgia; Turkmenistan; Ukraine; Tajikistan; Venezuela; Uzbekistan; Government arrears; BRO countries; Securitization; Russia; aggregate demand; capital market; capital markets; budget deficit; Kyrgyzstan; Moldova; Republic of;
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