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  • R.R. Donnelley as an Argentine terrorist is a hard Zell

    Argentina's president, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, went on TV a little more than a week ago to denounce U.S. hedge funds she sees as undermining her nation's already struggling economy, echoing other members of her government in calling them a sort of international finance Mafia.
  • Argentina acusa a juez EEUU de actitud "imperial" sobre crisis de deuda

    BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - El Gobierno argentino acusó el viernes de imperialista al juez estadounidense que declaró ilegal su plan de trasladar a Buenos Aires los pagos de su deuda restructurada para evitar una orden judicial que lo hizo caer en un...

    Argentine polo player charged in 2012 rape case, deputies say

    Argentine polo player charged in 2012 rape case, deputies say
    An Argentine polo player accused of raping a woman in Wellington in 2012 was arrested Thursday, according to the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office. Ignacio Negri, 26, was charged with sexual battery. Deputies said Negri was accused of raping a...

    Petrolera argentina YPF extiende hasta 2027 acuerdo explotación con Sinopec

    BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - La petrolera estatal argentina YPF acordó el viernes extender hasta el 2027 su operación en asociación con una unidad local de la china Sinopec en un área de crudo en una provincia del centro-oeste del país, lo que representará...

    Hurdles obstruct Argentina's path to restructuring debt

    BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentina's proposed debt restructuring plan, designed to sidestep U.S. court rulings that led to the country's default in July, faces massive legal and logistical hurdles that mean it may never get off the ground, lawyers said....