A complete overhaul of the Argentine currency - previously pegged at parity with the US dollar - is part of the president's strategy to breathe new life into the battered economy.
"We think that in a period that could last three, four or five months, we could float the peso freely," Mr Duhalde told reporters.
Such a move already comes with the recommendation of the International M
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