June 30, 2020 / 3:41 PM / 6 days ago

Argentina creditor groups criticize lack of gov't engagement in debt talks

BUENOS AIRES, June 30 (Reuters) - Two major Argentine creditor groups said on Tuesday that there had been “no meaningful engagement” between themselves and the country’s government since June 17 when talks to restructure around $65 billion in debts stalled.

The Ad Hoc and Exchange creditor groups said in a joint statement that a “lack of serious engagement from the Argentine authorities is deeply concerning”, but that they remained ready to “engage constructively” to reach a deal. (Reporting by Adam Jourdan)

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