Argentina Could Default As Negotiations Far ApartMark Melin
After official talks ended Friday, Argentina and the holdout creditors are said to be far apart in negotiations as the Latin American nation is said to be playing its cards as planned. Sources favoring Argentina in the dispute don’t anticipate an agreement and say the likely result is a default under Argentine law, as previously reported in ValueWalk.
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