Argentina Urges Appeals Court to Let It Pay Restructured Debt

  • 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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