The Argentine currency - which was floated freely for the first time last month - fell sharply against the dollar on Wednesday.
The struggling peso weakened by over 3% to an all-time low of 2.6 to a dollar.
Traders said that the Central Bank had come into the market selling dollars to try and prevent a further collapse.
The free float of the peso, together with its devaluatio
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