The Argentine central bank said it was unable to commence trading on Thursday, as scheduled, because the government had been too slow in implementing the last details of its economic plan.
"It hasn't been able to prepare its systems," said a reporter.
The government had initially promised that the foreign currency markets would be operating again first thing on Thursd
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