FEATURE: Argentine corporates eye return to international markets

FEATURE: Argentine corporates eye return to international markets

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Argentina's agreement with creditors last week to restructure $66 billion in foreign-law bonds may have opened the door for the nation's biggest companies to go back to borrowing in the international financial markets after about a year away, but it is unlikely to set off a rush as borrowing rates run high in the crisis-hit country, analysts said. Guillermo Nielsen, chairman of the state-backed energy company YPF, said the restructuring deal, which came after more than three months of grueling n

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