In this picture released by Argentina's Press Office, President Cristina Fernandez, left, greets supporters during the inauguration of an energy plant in San Juan Argentina, Thursday April 19, 2012. Argentina's government showed no signs of backing down Thursday from expropriating a Spanish company's controlling stake in YPF, Argentina's formerly state-owned energy company, shrugging off international condemnation while finding overwhelming support for the plan in congress. (AP Photo/Argentina's Press Office)

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In this picture released by Argentina's Press Office, President Cristina Fernandez, left, greets supporters during the inauguration of an energy plant in San Juan Argentina, Thursday April 19, 2012. Argentina's government showed no signs of backing down Thursday from expropriating a Spanish company's controlling stake in YPF, Argentina's formerly state-owned energy company, shrugging off international condemnation while finding overwhelming support for the plan in congress. (AP Photo/Argentina's Press Office)
In this picture released by Argentina's Press Office, President Cristina Fernandez, left, greets supporters during the inauguration of an energy plant in San Juan Argentina, Thursday April 19, 2012. Argentina's government showed no signs of backing down Thursday from expropriating a Spanish company's controlling stake in YPF, Argentina's formerly state-owned energy company, shrugging off international condemnation while finding overwhelming support for the plan in congress. (AP Photo/Argentina's Press Office)
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