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Latest update : 2014-07-30

Last-ditch talks aim to avert Argentina default

Crunch talks will continue this Wednesday in an effort to avoid Argentina defaulting on its debts for the third time in 28 years. The country’s economy minister Axel Kicillof arrived in New York on Tuesday, and said he was working on a solution with the court-appointed mediator. Also today: how new sanctions from the European Union and the United States could impact the Russian economy.

By Stephen CARROLL

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