NEW YORK - Peru, Panama, and Ecuador, the "exotics" of the latin America debtor community, line up next month to tackle their debt residue from the 1980s with little hope of a miracle.

Following in the footsteps of powerful, highly indebted neighbors like Mexico and Argentina, the three countries will hold separate talks with creditor banks in New York Sept. 8-10 with an eye to restructuring their debts under the Brady plan.

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