Luxury brands leave Argentina in droves - The Term Sheet: Fortune's deals blog Term Sheet
Argentina is trying to control a dwindling trade surplus with currency controls that are pushing global brands like Ralph Lauren and Calvin Klein out of Buenos Aires. By Daniel Helft FORTUNE -- A slew of luxury goods retailers are leaving Argentina
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