Banks in Argentina are offloading government debt into securitizations as a way to cut their exposure and provide liquidity to obligations that are effectively non-tradeable, sources said.

"It's a way for banks to clean up their balance sheets," said Maria Sol Ventura, ratings specialist at Standard & Poor's.

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