From 1981 to 1983, the board of directors of the Central Bank of Argentina authorised the financing of secret military equipment exports to neighbour countries, discussed the possible transfer of their reserves from New York to Bern and tried to find a solution for the frozen assets by the British government due to the Falklands conflict.
The minutes of the central bank meetings during the last dictatorship in Argentina are now accessible to the public on the institution's website – each page ma
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