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Judge seeks to force Argentina's hand on debt

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NEW YORK (AP) — A federal judge in New York has set a complicated financial mechanism into motion that he hopes will force the government of Argentina to begin paying $1.33 billion in defaulted bonds. Argentina has been in a decade-long legal dispute with a group of investors holding bonds dating back to the country's historic $95 billion default on its national debt in 2002. U.S. District...

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