Argentina highlighted the risks, including tensions revolving default and lenders, ahead of its bond offering next week, which could hit around $15 billion.
Marketing papers from the Latin American country outlined the different threats of investing in the debt such as continuous litigation, potential split with Brazil, and collective action provisions.
Argentina has been excluded from global capital markets since it defaulted on over $95 billion of bonds in 2001. It resulted in cases from numerous institutions seeking repayment.
The bonds will be supported by the full faith and credit of the country.
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