Argentina complies with IMF currency restrictions

Argentina's central bank on Tuesday night fully lifted all currency market controls with the dual goal of maintaining the current price of the dollar and complying with the demands of the International Monetary Fund.

Beginning Wednesday, all restrictions on payments for imports were nullified and the circulation abroad of profits and dividends by Argentine and Argentina-based firms was allowed.

Also, the ceiling for the amount of funds generated by export transactions that are exempt from being

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