Argentina faces next refinancing hurdle

Argentina faces next refinancing hurdle

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The Argentine government will focus on renegotiating $2.5 billion in debt with the Paris Club of creditor nations after getting congressional approval to refinance a $44.5 billion loan with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Thursday, the last hurdle for Latin America's third-largest economy to return to borrowing on international markets after nearly three years. The talks with the Paris Club are expected to start before the end of this month, Ámbito Financiero newspaper reported on Frida

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