Argentina's deep monetary angst eases BUENOS AIRES — Argentina's deep recession eases as the country's unemployment rate falls from 14.5% to 13.8%. The new government warns, however, that a quick recovery is not expected this year. The announcement follows news that some auto suppliers in Argentina are looking at shifting production to neighboring Brazil, where costs are cheaper. Some 7,000 jobs at auto suppliers here were cut during 1999 and experts say more will follow. Ford to build ...

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