Argentine Lower House Passes Legislation to Pay Debt LocallyCharlie Devereux and Camila Russo
Argentina’s lower house approved a bill that would allow the government to pay international bonds locally in an attempt to get around a U.S. court ruling that caused the nation to default for the second time in 13 years.
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