High inflation stirs banknote shortage in Argentina: reports

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The Argentinean government's failure to address rising inflation by printing more banknotes has sparked a shortage of high-denomination paper across the country, reports said.

On Monday, the Financial Times, a financial newspaper, reported scenes of long queues outside cash machines across Argentina as a result of a shortage of high-denomination banknotes in the country, despite plans announced last month by the central bank to increase the amount of money in the economy.

Reports said citizens

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