foreign public borrower

foreign public borrower
foreign official institutions; the corporations and agencies of foreign central governments, including development banks and institutions, and other agencies that are majority owned by the central government or its departments; and state, provincial and local governments of foreign countries and their departments and agencies. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary

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