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Argentina borrows from Wall Street banks

Argentina has been an outcast in the international capital markets since the previous government allowed the country to default on its debt, leading to an acrimonious relationship between the country’s leaders and international creditors. But with talks under way between a new government intent on progress, and with loans already in place, Argentina finally has a chance to return to the international markets.

Feb 3, 2016 // 8:20PM

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