A recent regulation from the government of Argentina that lifts payment restrictions to multilateral institutions may put the onus of timely payments to investors back onto private companies, rather than the government itself.

While the Argentine government has been apprehensive to transfer money abroad after the devaluation of the previously dollar-linked peso, it was still not clear whether or not the government would apply its restrictions to multilateral debt obligations, sources said.

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