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The Eurobonds were divided as follows: $1,224,600,000 with a 7 percent interest maturing on March 20, 2028, at par; $1,045,000,000 with 8.2 percent interest maturing on May 17, 2033, at par; and $752,500,000 with 8.25 percent interest maturing on May 17, 2034, at par, BDL said in a statement.It added that the remaining Eurobonds held by the Central Bank in its portfolio, totaling around $4.7 billion from the previous swap executed in November 2017 and the current one, represent around 8.18 percent of its total dollar assets.
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