Trade in emerging-markets debt continued to skyrocket last year, surging 40% to $2.76 billion, according to a survey of 80 financial institutions by the Emerging Markets Traders Association.

The trading leaders among commercial banks - Citicorp Securities, J.P. Morgan, Chase Manhattan Bank, and Chemical Bank -contributed to a survey that showed that "emerging markets" is no longer synonymous with Latin America.

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