Colombia, Venezuela c banks to discuss for ex

The central bank chiefs from Colombia and Venezuela will soon meet in the Colombian city of Cartagena to discuss concerns that planned Venezuelan currency controls could disrupt debt payments, Colombia's government said on Wednesday.

Colombia, which counts Venezuela as its No. 2 trading partner behind the United States, is concerned that Venezuelan businessmen will not be able to repay their sizable debts to Colombian merchants once the controls are imposed, possibly next week.

"In the coming days

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