Argentina's governors support Duhalde

ARGENTINA - Argentina's president won backing Monday from powerful provincial governors for his attempts to obtain an international bailout package to pull Argentina out of financial crisis. But, he warned, "time is running out."

Eduardo Duhalde has threatened to resign unless the governors in his Peronist party support him. He met 14 of them Monday in Santa Rosa, some 460 miles southwest of the capital.

The International Monetary Fund shut off billions of dollars in credits to Argentina last

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