Vicentin: debt with Dutch banks exceeds $245 million

Vicentin’s default became a matter of state for Holland because the leading banks of the European country (Rabo, ING, ABN Amro and the government agency FMO) accumulated a debt of more than u$s245 million, that is, Dutch financial entities provided 50% of the credits taken abroad by the Argentine agro-exporter.

Source: Ámbito