The Ministry of Economy announced this Tuesday that the exchange of securities denominated in foreign currency issued under Argentine Law reached 99.55% of the total issued capital, at the end of the second, third and fourth periods of late adhesion to the debt exchange closed in last September. Thus, the Government received additional orders to exchange securities for US $ 24,437,445. The new bonds issued in exchange have maturities in 2030, 2035, 2038, and 2041 and include a grace period until 2024 and a new interest coupon at 2.4% weighted average coupon and 5% maximum coupon. The original bonds had a capital reduction of 3% for those issued as of 2014. The new pesified bonds have an adjustment through the CER index plus a 2.1% weighted average coupon and 2.25% maximum coupon.