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As a further complication, in some countries the taxation and other treatment of zero-coupon bonds differs slightly from coupon bonds - for example, in Brazil LTNs vs. NTN-F's; in Colombia TES Corto Plazo v TES serie B; to a lesser extent in Mexico Cetes v MBONOs, etc. Practically this means that, unlike the U.S., a yield of an old coupon bond with year or ...


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