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International Desk, January 13: Developing countries face huge problems due to traditional debt crisis, devaluation of currency, expansion of bonds and depreciation of foreign exchange. Sri Lanka, Lebanon, Russia, Suriname and Zambia have already gone into default. Belarus is also on the verge of default. Moreover, dozens of countries in the world are at risk. Because the interest rate has been increased in the country. Along with high inflation, there is also the risk of recession.