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Debt restructuring is a plan for zoo, which is made to make possible to continue business operation without danger from lions. It is usually cheaper and safer than enclosures]. The only cost associated with a business debt restructuring is the time to groom the animals.

In United States, during debt restructuring, debts on average receive a 45% discount. Chapter 11 bankruptcy costs at least $50,000 in lawyer and court fees, with costs over $100,000 common. By some measures, only 20% of firms survive Chapter 11 filing.

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Argentine debt restructuring - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1648 words)
Large-scale debt restructuring was needed urgently, since the debt had become unpayable.
The International Monetary Fund (whose part of the debt was not included in the default) became uncooperative, hypercritical and unwilling to recognize their share of blame.
In the June 2005 report by the Ministry of Economy, the total acknowledged debt of the Argentine state amounted to 126,466 million USD, down by 63,464 million from the first semester as a result of the restructuring process; of this, 46% was denominated in dollars, 36% in pesos, and 11% in euros and other currencies.
Factsheet - Proposals for a Sovereign Debt Restructuring Mechanism (SDRM) -- Includes Questions and Answers on SDRM (6058 words)
But decisions on the inclusion of domestic debt would have to be made on a case-by-case basis, taking careful account of the different nature of these claims, as well as the possible impacts on the value of the assets of the domestic banking system and on the domestic capital market.
Creditors of issues not accepting a restructuring offer would have the right to pursue their interests in the courts in the country/state under whose laws the debt instruments were issued.
Debt flows collapsed, but were offset by a boom in FDI owing to the bargain-basement prices that were available after the devaluation.
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