Government creates new exchange rate for provincial economies

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Argentina’s government is doubling down on its complicated currency strategy to boost exports by adding a new temporary exchange rate.

The new rate will apply to exporters in Argentina’s smaller provinces who participate in a price control programme, Economy Minister Sergio Massa said on Monday. It also provides for provincial governments to mediate contracts between exporters and producers to ensure domestic availability of products.








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