BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentina's economic system minister Martin Guzman resigned on Saturday, a blow to a authorities beset by mounting financial crises. Guzman, who led Argentina's debt restructuring take care of the Worldwide Financial Fund and collectors, posted a letter to his Twitter account saying his determination. "I write to you to current my resignation as economic system minister," Guzman stated in a letter addressed to President Alberto Fernandez. He had been minister since late 2019. The federal government is going through its lowest approval score since taking workplace in 2019. Inflation is working above 60% and ...

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