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AGREEMENT ON DEBTS
Mexican Official Signs Up; Lamont for Bankers Places Name to Paper Which is Sent to Obregon; Recognition of Neighbor is Now Believed to be Near; Rehabilitate Lines MEXICO AGREES WITH BANKERS
Los Angeles Times (1886-1922) - Los Angeles, Calif.
Date: Jun 17, 1922
Start Page: I1
Pages: 2
Abstract (Document Summary)

NEW YORK, June 16.--An agreement determining the status and disposition of Mexico's external debt of $500,000,000, and of intrest in default since 1919, amounting to $200,000,000, was signed at 6 o'clock tonight by Minister of Finance Adolfo De la Huerta, on behalf of Mexico, and by Thomas W. Lamont for the international committee of bankers representing the security holdings.

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