ARGENTINA: Government deal to freeze textile prices?
Argentina's government is preparing to sign a deal with domestic textile businesses to freeze their prices, Industrial Union Argentina head Jose Ignacio de Mendiguren was reported by press as saying.
Mendiguren was cited as saying that the not all prices would be frozen, but that the deal would focus on goods with the highest demand.
The Ministry of Economy is debating the details of the proposed deal with textile sector representatives, the report said.
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