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Argentina's 300% inflation and propped-up peso spawn Paraguay border ghost town

Summary by Reuters
Paraguayan shoppers used to flock in their droves to the border town of Nanawa to buy cheap imports from Argentina, where the weak peso currency for years kept relative prices low for fuel, medicine and groceries smuggled in across the frontier.

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