Argentina won a US appeals court...
The Dominican Republic has renegotiated $950...
Argentina's plans to start issuing big...
Argentina has begun swapping defaulted bonds...
Billionaire investor Kenneth Dart, who spurned...
Globo Comunicacoes e Participacoes, the unit...
US Treasury Secretary John Snow said...
Argentina's Economy Minister Roberto Lavagna rejected...
Mexico's new bankruptcy law has seen – and survived – its first test, the reorganization of papermaking company Corporación Durango.
If the crises of tomorrow are born in the bull markets of today, another Latin American government will default before the decade is out. Creditors beware.
The debt exchange ending Argentina's three-year default is now a fait accompli. But it doesn't look like it will solve the country's problems.
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