BUENOS AIRES -- Banking sources said Argentina's creditor banks have elected to convert at least 80% of the country's $23 billion of commercial debt into par-value bonds under the proposed restructuring agreement.

Most of the creditors had reportedly submitted their choices - between the par and discount bond options - by midday Monday, rather than by last Friday's deadline.

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