BRASILIA - Brazil's new finance minister, Gustavo Krause, said the newly installed government of Itamar Franco would abide by the foreign debt rescheduling agreement recently signed with its private creditors.

"We will honor these commitments and all others with international financial institutions and multilateral organizations," Mr. Krause said at a news conference.

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