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Latin America | 21 February 2018 Argentina's Inflation Remains Too High,but it Will Start to Fall in Q2
Argentina's latest hard data suggest that activity is softening, but we don't see the start of a renewed downtrend.

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21 February 2018 Argentina's Inflation Remains Too High,but it Will Start to Fall in Q2

By Andres Abadia

Argentina's latest hard data suggest that activity is softening, but we don't see the start of a renewed downtrend.

Posted: 20th Feb 2018 in 'Latin America'

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