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Picture of the main entrance of Argentina's Central Bank in Buenos Aires taken on January 25, 2010. Argentinian Central Bank president Martin Redrado, was stopped by the police when he tried to enter the building. Despite the bank's constitutional autonomy, President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner had ordered the sacking of Redrado for refusing the government access to billions of dollars to pay down the national debt, but although her order was overturned by Argentina's courts, the government sees vice president Miguel Pesce as the provisional president.  AFP PHOTO/Juan Mabromata (Photo credit should read JUAN MABROMATA/AFP/Getty Images)
Picture of the main entrance of Argentina's Central Bank in Buenos Aires taken on January 25, 2010. Argentinian Central Bank president Martin Redrado, was stopped by the police when he tried to enter the building. Despite the bank's constitutional autonomy, President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner had ordered the sacking of Redrado for refusing the government access to billions of dollars to pay down the national debt, but although her order was overturned by Argentina's courts, the government sees vice president Miguel Pesce as the provisional president.  AFP PHOTO/Juan Mabromata (Photo credit should read JUAN MABROMATA/AFP/Getty Images)

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"Esto no es una crisis", asegura el expresidente del Banco Central de Argentina, Mario Blejer

La situación actual de la economía argentina sigue preocupando a muchos. El expresidente del Banco Central, Mario Blejer, quien estuvo a cargo de la entidad durante la crisis del 2001, aseguró que lo que está sucediendo actualmente en Argentina no se puede comparar a esa época. Dijo que "esto no es una crisis" y que el Gobierno se apresuró al acudir al FMI.

"Esto no es una crisis", asegura el expresidente del Banco Central de Argentina, Mario Blejer

La situación actual de la economía argentina sigue preocupando a muchos. El expresidente del Banco Central, Mario Blejer, quien estuvo a cargo de la entidad durante la crisis del 2001, aseguró que lo que está sucediendo actualmente en Argentina no se puede comparar a esa época. Dijo que "esto no es una crisis" y que el Gobierno se apresuró al acudir al FMI.