Argentina declines holdout meeting

Argentina declines holdout meeting


Negotiators for Argentina declined to meet holdout creditors on Thursday, mediator Daniel Pollack said after speaking to both parties separately. Pollack, appointed by US Judge Thomas Griesa to facilitate talks, said holdout creditors led by NML Capital were keen to conduct face-to-face meetings, but the Argentine government refused to sit at the negotiating table. “The issues separating the parties remain unresolved at this time. The time for the Republic to avoid default (July 30) is short. Ac

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