Since Argentina defaulted on $15 billion in sovereign debt last July, the battle between hedge-fund billionaire Paul Singer and the Argentine government has climaxed in 2014 and headlined the financial world.

In its latest move to thwart off so-called “vulture funds,” Argentina has voted to allow its government to pay international debt bonds in either Buenos Aires or Paris, or through other bondholders.

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