BUENOS AIRES, May 21 (Reuters) - A prominent member of an Argentina creditor group member said on Thursday that there “should be enough flexibility to get to a deal” with the government on the country’s debt restructuring, but added “let’s see.”
Hans Humes, who heads Greylock Capital and has spearheaded a group of hedgefunds and other private creditors, was speaking at a virtual conference on Argentina’s ongoing debt negotiations.
Argentine officials are weighing counteroffers from its creditors for the restructuring of $65 billion in debt before a May 22 deadline.
Reporting by Marc Jones and Cassandra Garrison
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