Argentina: Swap To Prop Up Markets Near Term

March 2010
Emerging Markets Monitor;3/29/2010, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p10
Country Report
The article highlights the go-signal given to Argentina in 2010 to proceed with the debt swap with investors disfavoring the 2005 restructuring terms, which if successful, may lead to the country's return to the global capital markets.


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