Venezuela to issue on Argentina's behalf for Chávez cred

  • 07 Jul 2006

Argentina is planning to outsmart international creditors holding $20bn of its defaulted bonds by having Venezuela issue a 10 year global dollar bond on its behalf.

The novel approach is being discussed by both governments, and more details of the offering are expected in the next two or three ...

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