NEW YORK - Bolivia is heading toward the distinction of being the first Latin American country to negotiate away virtually all its foreign bank debt, officials and bankers said.

Finance Minister Jorge Quiroja told reporters in New York last week that the country would finish negotiations this year on its remaining $180 million of debt.

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