By Jorge A. Otaola ROSARIO, Argentina, June 21 (Reuters) - Argentina's tight energy supplies are seen hurting industrial production as frosty winter temperatures take hold in the southern hemisphere, analysts and business executives said on Thursday. In the last few weeks, the government has ordered natural gas distributors to limit flows to industrial users to ensure homes have enough gas-fueled heating during a cold spell. This has led to some plant stoppages. The Argentine economy ...
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