Redrado barred from central bank by police


Martín Redrado, the governor of the Central Bank of Argentina, was refused entry to his office on Sunday as his dispute with Cristina Fernández, the South American country's president, deteriorated further.

Esteban Fernández, the Argentina consultant for Global Source Partners, told that the move was the latest in a series intended to squeeze the central bank chief out of his position. "The central bank's board is largely pro-government, and had already been cutting Redrado's

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