Argentine central bank chief Sandleris says will leave post when Fernandez government begins
Argentina's central bank chief Guido Sandleris said on Wednesday he presented his resignation, days before President-elect Alberto Fernandez assumes office.
Speaking at a press conference, Sandleris said he would leave his position on Dec. 10, which is when Fernandez will be sworn into office.
Argentina's economic situation was, without a doubt worse, than expected, Sandleris said.
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