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Buenos Aires renews creditor talks in 'last round' push for $7 billion debt deal

EconomyJul 05, 2021 03:15PM ET
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By Walter Bianchi

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentina's Buenos Aires province has extended the deadline for a $7 billion debt restructuring deal and agreed to renew a "last round" of talks with creditors after more than a year of fraught negotiations.

The province, the South American country's wealthiest, said it would push the much-delayed deadline until July 23 for its foreign creditors to respond to its proposals after the previous cut-off passed last week without a deal.

The local government added in a statement that some of its bondholders, including members of the important Ad Hoc creditor committee, had agreed to enter once more into non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) to pursue talks.

"The province has extended the deadline of the invitation to engage in conversations with such bondholders," it said.

A government source close to the talks said the province had opened a "last round" of negotiations with creditors to reach an "agreement that grants sustainability to the debt in the short, medium and long term, before formally amending the invitation".

The person added the formal talks came after a period of "tense conversations" between the two sides and cited actions by the provincial finance minister Pablo López in recent days helping to get the two sides back to the table formally.

"This would allow a definitive solution to be reached," the person said.

The winding talks, while the national government and other provinces have struck deals, have sparked tensions with creditors, who earlier this year filed a lawsuit against what they called a "continued default" by the provincial government.

Buenos Aires renews creditor talks in 'last round' push for $7 billion debt deal
 

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Michael Angelo
Michael Angelo Jul 05, 2021 4:43PM ET
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The only reason Argentina not finished like Venezuela is because still produce grains and can not be replaced, otherwise, say goodbye to the peronist country.
Klaus Weyers
Klaus Weyers Jul 05, 2021 2:53PM ET
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bankrupt Argentina.. just like Greece.. will people ever learn that you cannot spend what you dont earn without going broke..??
Dave Jones
Dave Jones Jul 05, 2021 2:53PM ET
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What about America?
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You've had two bankruptcies Klaus so I guess you haven't figured it out either.
 
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