Should investors tango with Argentina's stocks?

Should investors tango with Argentina's stocks?

Buenos Aires : Argentina | Oct 26, 2012 at 6:24 AM PDT
Source: MarketWatch
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Now one of its ships has been impounded by a judge in the tiny African country of Ghana, at the behest of a hedge fund. NML Capital, a fund controlled by billionaire Paul Singer, is demanding Argentina pay up on about $300 million in bonds. Argentina defaulted on its debt in 2002. (The ship's 280 sailors... FULL ARTICLE AT MarketWatch
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