By Jorge A. Otaola MAR DEL PLATA, Argentina, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Argentina's peso has fallen to six-year lows against the U.S. dollar, but the currency should weaken even further to ensure exports remain competitive as currencies in neighboring countries depreciate, some Argentine business leaders said on Thursday. The heads of the country's biggest companies are keeping a close eye on the currency, which weakened dramatically recently on investor concerns over a government plan to ...
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