Venezuela Says Holders Of $1.68B Oil Co. Bonds Knew Risks

By Caroline Simson (July 7, 2020, 8:49 PM EDT) -- Venezuela's state-owned oil company is arguing that the holders of some $1.68 billion in Venezuelan bonds should have known that their validity could be challenged by a successor government, even as the bondholders contend that adopting such a view would "upend" the international sovereign debt market....

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