(Updates with background paragraphs 4-7) BUENOS AIRES, Argentina, June 27 (Reuters) - Argentina's Pecom Energia said on Thursday that 90 percent of its bondholders had agreed to a bond swap offer aimed at helping the country's No. 1 energy firm through a crippling recession. The main unit of holding company Perez Companc said in a statement it would extend its offer of up-front cash to July 3 for those who participate in its attempt to swap about $997.5 million in old debt for new issues ...
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