Argentina Urges Appeals Court to Let It Pay Restructured DebtBy
U.S. judge revoked injunctions barring country's bond payments
Holdout hedge funds fear loss of leverage if bans are lifted
Argentina urged a U.S. appeals court to uphold an order allowing it to pay its outstanding restructured debt and issue new bonds after a group of investors challenged the decision following an historic $4.65 billion settlement.
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