Dollars are exiting Argentinian banks just days after the country instituted currency controls...


Dollars are exiting Argentinian banks just days after the country instituted currency controls aimed at stemming a drain on central bank reserves. The government insists there will be no freeze on dollar deposits, but citizens have seen this movie before. ARGT -24% since its March inception.
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    stupidity is always highly appreciated in Argentina
    14 Nov 2011, 11:32 AM Reply Like
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