Argentina imposes currency controls as its economic crisis deepens

Argentina imposes currency controls as its economic crisis deepens

Argentinian government imposes new restrictions on access to dollar to control a rapid devaluation of their currency. Residents can’t buy more than $10,000 a month without permission from the Central Bank and bars them from buying dollars to pay domestic debts. Dollars earned for exports should be brought in within five days and importers need permission to make payments.

Tom A
Tom A
porcus
porcus 5 months

Very sad, another socialist nation in economic troubles caused by their poor economic policies and corruption.

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