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Daily News April 19, 2016

Argentina returns to international debt markets Argentina has returned to international debt markets for the first time in 15 years after announcing a $10 billion-$15 billion bond issue. The  proceeds will help pay a small group of holdout creditors who refused debt restructurings after Argentina suffered its worst economic crisis and defaulted on $100 billion of bonds in 2001. “We’ve finally come out of years of financial conflicts with the world,” President Mauricio Macri said at a conference on Monday. ABC News reports. Chilean firm Tech Park’s shares surge after $435-million deal Shares in Chilean company Tech Pack shot up […]
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