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Argentina extends supermarket price controls

Argentine government extends price controls on supermarket goods to deal with the country's inflation

The Argentine government has extended price controls on 500 supermarket items as a way to combat inflation.

Earlier the government and some 1,000 supermarkets agreed to keep prices on goods, everything from cleaning and hygiene products to food stuffs.

Retailers that don't respect the pricing measures are fined or risk closure.

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