“Final” Offer Made by Argentina to Creditors; Blackrock Is Reluctant to Agree

The offer was submitted to the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and provides for the repayment of US$53.3 for every US$100 of debt incurred during Mauricio Macri's term of office (2015-2019).

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentina's struggle with its creditors to avoid a default has apparently reached its final stage this week. On Monday, the government led by President Alberto Fern . . .

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