Argentina gambles on all-too-familiar faces

IT’S NEVER A GOOD sign when a country’s central bank tightens capital controls just hours after a national election. But when that country is Argentina, it’s not exactly surprising, either.

One in 10 Argentines today can’t find work. More than one-third are impoverished. In a country not generally known for fiscal discipline,

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