The new bonds include a one-year $2 billion bond with a coupon of 9 percent and a three-year $1 billion promissory note carrying an 11.73 percent coupon, the ministry said in a statement.
Argentina will also place two two-year bonds, one in April 2001 and another in May 2001, for a total of $500 mi
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