July 31, 2020 |
Argentine Economy Minister Martin Guzmán said on Thursday that he may extend negotiations for restructuring $66 billion in foreign-law bonds with creditors beyond an August 4 deadline, even as both sides appear to be close to a deal.
"Having a deal sooner will be better, but what is of the essence and what is the most important part is that the deal is sustainable," Guzmán said in a videoconference hosted by the Atlantic Council, a Washington DC-based think tank.
"We made a massive effort which
Economy Minister Guzmán repeats that offer is "final," but leaves room for negotiations beyond August 4