Facing an increasing capital flight problem, the Argentine government puts into service 100...
Facing an increasing capital flight problem, the Argentine government puts into service 100 specially-trained dogs at border crossings to sniff out hard currency begin spirited out of the country. Central bank data shows $8.4B dollars left Argentina in Q3, a sharply higher pace than earlier this year.
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