English, Article edition: Argentina One Year On: From a Monetary Crisis to a Financial Crisis Jerome Sgard

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  • Argentina One Year On: From a Monetary Crisis to a Financial Crisis
Author
  • Jerome Sgard
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  • In the months which followed the exit from the currency board, the Argentine economy was confronted with a major monetary crisis, menacing the survival of its national currency. The strategy to “pesify” the economy, which was decided in February 2002, has succeeded technically. In particular, the slowing of inflation reveals a considerable adjustment of relative prices, which should support the development of the export sector.
  • crisis; banking system; system of payments; monetary system; exchange rate policy; corporate finance; bankruptcy
  • RePEc:cii:cepill:2002-218
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  • English
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