Argentine rescue

FEATURE - Next week, four wise men are off to Buenos Aires. Their mission is to help Argentina's government and the International Monetary Fund to reach agreement on a programme of economic recovery. If they are to succeed, they must inject a sense of priorities into the debate.

Editorial in the London Financial Times, 19 July.

Intellectually, the group is up to the task. It includes Andrew Crockett, head of the Bank for International Settlements, and three former central bankers, John Crow of

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