Argentina Caps Fuel Prices to Stem Inflation Before ElectionPablo Gonzalez
Argentina froze the price of gasoline and diesel sold at service stations for six months in a bid to stem annual inflation as high as 25 percent. Shares of YPF SA, the country’s largest refiner, fell.
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