Argentine central bank president under fire

The bicameral congressional committee that will recommend whether Argentine central bank head Pedro Pou should be removed from office for allegedly turning a blind eye to money laundering activities in Argentina will meet for the first time in Feb 20, 2001. Set up under the Central Bank's Charter following the release of a report by the United State Senate that linked two Argentine banks to international money laundering, the committee will hear evidence to determine whether Pou did all he

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