A brief history of Argentina’s strange, complicated default
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U.S. President Barack Obama touched down in Argentina on Tuesday for the first presidential visit since 2005. Our frosty relationship with South America’s third-largest economy isn’t as fraught as, say, Cuba. But it’s been a strange decade as Argentina has tried to pull its way out of a massive default since the turn of the century. Let’s take a look back.
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