Argentina seeks U.S. appeals court rehearing on debt ruling
Nov 13 (Reuters) - Argentina on Tuesday filed a petition for a rehearing with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit over a debt ruling that would force the country to pay holdout creditors owning bonds in default since 2002.
The court filing said Argentina is seeking a rehearing with the three-judge panel that ruled in favor of the holdouts last month as well as with the entire Second Circuit Court of Appeals.
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