Government launches multiple incentives to sustain the peso and boost exports and investments, but Argentine currency keeps looking weak
Emergency Central Bank measures to stop run against the peso will have counterproductive effects if they stay for the long run
The return of import permits raises alarms among economists, as country goes back to old tricks to stop losing dollars
The spread between the official and black-market value of the currency is increasing economic instability
The Argentine peso has contained the official value of the peso through capital restrictions, but how long can they last?
Argentina's withdrawal from ongoing talks opens the door for Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay to seal deals on their own
Demand for pesos is falling again, and the Central Bank is struggling to keep up its dollar purchases
Non-automatic import licenses are re-gaining ground under Fernández's administration