He did not discuss how much Argentina might repay on its $88 billion in defaulted debt, but he downplayed any expectations for big concessions, noting that economic recovery in the Latin American nation remains tentative.
"It has to be a large hair-cut," Prat-Gay said.
Prat-Gay said the governmen
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