Argentina’s President Alberto Fernandez said on Saturday that discussions with bondholders to rebuild $65 billion of the nation’s outside obligation would proceed with the different sides still gridlocked over what the last offer ought to resemble.
Fernandez, a middle left Peronist, tweeted that he and economy serve Martin Guzman proceeded to “exchange in compliance with common decency” with loan bosses with the point of agreeing after a cutoff time to do so terminated on Friday.
“The chance of expanding the offer proceeds until Monday, May 11,” he composed. “At the point when this term lapses we will characterize the means to follow. As usual, we will probably make responsibilities that we can meet.”