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ARGENTINA ECONOMY
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March 12, 2002
Pedestrians in Buenos Aires walk past an electronic board showing the
exchange rate at 2.40/2.55, of...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
PEDESTRIAN WALK PAST BILLOBOARD SHOWING EXCHANGE RATE OF ARGENTINE
PESO.
Pedestrians in Buenos Aires walk past an electronic board showing the
exchange rate at 2.40/2.55, of Argentine peso against the U.S. dollar,
the highest rate since the peso was devalued by the administration of
President Eduardo Duhalde, March 12, 2002. Argentina pleaded for
renewed international financial help to overcome its deep four-year
economic crisis, warning of more social and political upheaval if loans
are not forthcoming. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian

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