With Default 23 Days Away, A Little Clause Could Cost Argentina Big

July 8, 2014

After missing a June 30 deadline, Argentina has a 30-day grace period to pay investors $539 million in interest. Otherwise, the country will default on its debts. Argentinian officials argue they can’t make the payment without triggering other debt payments that would bankrupt the country.

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