BUENOS AIRES -- Argentina plans to hold further talks with creditor banks to determine the mix of par and discount bonds it will issue as part of its debt restructuring, the country's under secretary for debt, Horacio Liendo, said.

The lending bank's reported preference for par bonds, which Argentina might have difficulty collateralizing, has been seen as a potential snag in the previously announcement debt agreement.

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