Chocolate fails to sweeten Venezuelan debt default

S&P Global Ratings has declared Venezuela in selective default after it failed to make coupon payments on bonds due in 2019 and 2024 within a 30-day grace period. As Silvia Antonioli reports, it warned there was a strong chance the South American country would miss further payments within three months.

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