Argentina’s Redrado resigns


Martín Redrado, governor of the Central Bank of Argentina, resigned on Friday, drawing to a close his politically charged three-week long stand-off with Cristina Fernández, the South American country's president.

"I feel that my term at the head of the central bank has concluded and I have decided definitively to leave the office of president of the central bank, satisfied with the duties I have performed," Redrado told reporters at a press conference. He was scathing in his criticism of Fernánd

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