Argentina seeks support for debt plan

ARGENTINA - Argentina was yesterday, Monday, scrambling to build international support for its planned debt restructuring, details of which are expected in the coming days.

Activity over the weekend heightened worries among investors that a default on at least part of Argentina's $132bn ( £91bn) in debt could be in the works.

Argentine bonds and stocks plunged yesterday, as investors feared that the operation may not be "voluntary" and "market-friendly" as the government has claimed. Stocks fell

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