BMI View: Latin America

September 2008
Emerging Markets Monitor;9/1/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 21, p3
Country Report
This article presents information on the Argentine debt for 2008. There is speculation that the Argentine government plans to reopen its 2005 restructuring of $95 billion in defaulted debt. It expects a bounce in Argentine external debt. It also expects limited room to the upside for the Global 2033 discount bond of Argentina.


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