Argentina Warns U.S. Diplomat Of "Severe Measures" If Word "Default" Used AgainMark Melin
After a U.S. diplomat said Argentina is in “default” on its debt, the Latin American nation warned that “severe measures will be taken” if the “default” terminology is used again.
In an interview published in the Clarin newspaper, Kevin Sullivan, the U.S. interim ambassador to Argentina, said it was important for Argentina “to exit default as soon as possible, for it to return to the path of sustainable economic growth and attract the investment it needs.” Sullivan added that the U.S. did . . .
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