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Argentina: citizens should remain patient, President Duhalde says
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Saturday, 23 February 2002
President Eduardo Duhalde urged citizens to "have a little patience" as the government continued to grapple with a beleaguered financial picture.. In related news, Duhalde received a strong signal of support as the respective leaders of Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay signed a joint statement at this weeks Mercosur trade bloc meeting expressing support for Argentinas government and urging "multilateral credit organizations" to understand the "complex" situation facing the country.

Source: http://www.developmentex.com
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