Argentina unveils crisis package

ARGENTINA - Argentina's latest move to end the country's worst economic crisis in decades has been welcomed by observers, eager to see a return to normality.

The measures are aimed at restoring economic and social stability to a country racked by economic crisis and bloody street protests since the former government defaulted on debt payments late last year.

"Argentina is broke," the country's new economy minister, Jorge Remes Lenicov said in a nationwide address.

Mr Remes Lenicov said he will

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