While Argentina will benefit in the short term from what amounts to theft on a grand scale, it will likely suffer a heavy price in the years to come for its rash action last week. The risk for foreign investors, already high to begin with, has now risen dramatically at a time when Argentina is in desperate economic straits. Reprisals from the European Union are a real possibility as Spain seeks to regain up to $10 billion in financial losses.
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