Argentina Won't Default on IMF Loan

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After hinting that it might default on a $3.15 billion payment to the International Monetary Fund, Argentina will reportedly make the payment, due on Tuesday. Argentine President Nestor Kirchner had initially said his country could not afford to make the payment as scheduled. Hear NPR's Martin Kaste.

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