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Argentina's debt crisis seen rumbling on until 2015 election

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STONEWALL TACTICS: Graffiti depicting US Judge Thomas Griesa and vultures behind bars, outside Argentina's National Congress. Some believed Ms Fernandez's unwillingness to negotiate may be posturing ahead of the Rufo clause's expiry in a bid to force concessions from the holdout investors.

Buenos Aires

CRUNCH time for Argentina fixing its debt default will almost certainly not be January, as many investors had hoped, but a year later once the country's next president takes office and tries to get the ailing economy moving again.

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