Nov. 1 (Bloomberg) -- Argentina’s economy will expand about 9 percent this year from a previous forecast of more than 7.5 percent, led by private consumption, according to the central bank.
The bank foresees slower growth in 2012 because of a “weak increase” in international economic activity, the bank said in a quarterly report.
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