Government will allow Argentines purchase of dollars in proportion to their income and reduce tax on buying foreign currency.
By Daniel Cancel, Bloomberg|January 24, 2014 at 09:22 AM
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Argentina scrapped some of its currency controls a day after devaluing the peso as policy makers sought to stem a financial crisis and restore investor confidence by reversing measures that drove foreign reserves to a seven-year low.
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