The central bank increased the amount of its money market liquidity restriction, or "corto," to 63 million pesos ($5.6 million; euro4.23 million) from 57 million ($5 million; euro3.78 million).
The central bank cited "surprisingly high" inflation in the past three months as a reason for the move, with pressure from some prices such as t
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