Argentine Corporate Debt

The combination of recession, high inflation, a weakening domestic currency, and political and regulatory uncertainty has severely hit Argentina’s economy in recent years. Despite the federal government successfully closing a restructuring of its defaulted foreign debt last September, country risk figures have increased, capital controls have been tightened, and Central Bank reserves have continued to fall.

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