Argentina works "nonstop" to resolve debt crisis

Argentina works "nonstop" to resolve debt crisis

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Argentina's Economy Minister Martín Guzmán said the government is working "nonstop" to resolve the foreign debt crisis, while blaming the previous administration for making the country "hostages of the international financial markets." A month into the administration of President Alberto Fernández, Guzmán said in a tweet that every decision the government has made has been to stabilize the economy and "get Argentina back on its feet," citing an economic stimulus package enacted last month.  Guzm

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