Her post on the social network was her government's latest acrimonious attack on the bondholders she calls "vultures" following the collapse of debt talks that sent Argentine bond prices tumbling. "The main thing with vulture funds is that they don't want a solution," Kirchner wrote.
"Not just out of greed and avarice but also because of a political and geopolitical decision of wanting to indebt
Prospects for a private sector solution to the dispute worsened last week after holdout investors said they entertained no realistic offers from bankers for a chunk of the debt.
One of the leading holdout creditors,
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