Argentine governor resigns before new president takes over

Guido Sandleris
Guido Sandleris
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Argentina’s central bank governor Guido Sandleris, announced his resignation as president-elect Alberto Fernández is due to take office on December 10.

Sandleris said Argentina needed a central bank that was independent in practice, and not just according to the law, in a farewell speech appealing for better economic management. The outgoing Central Bank of Argentina (BCRA) governor also acknowledged policy failures under the administration of president Mauricio Macri, including a deep

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