Argentina “in limbo” until January after default, say local lawyers
As Argentina defaults on its sovereign debt for the second time in 13 years, the country’s lawyers say they are expecting the country to sit tight until a clause barring it from offering better terms to the holdouts expires in January. Whatever happens, the fallout is unlikely to be as major as expected given the widespread perception that the default is temporary.
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