Argentina: battle of the bonds
Argentina reentered the capital markets in April after 15 years in the cold, locked in protected negotiations and court battles arising from the country's US$132 billion public debt default in 2001. Partnering with our sister publication Latin Lawyer, GRR offers a history of one of the 21st century's most controversial and hard-fought cases.
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