By Athena Jones BUENOS AIRES, Argentina, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Argentina's trade surplus more than doubled to a record $16.4 billion in 2002 after a messy peso devaluation in January slashed imports, the Economy Ministry said on Friday. Exports, which the government hopes will drive a recovery from the country's worst-ever crisis, also fell, by 5 percent, during the year as firms faced a credit crunch brought on by a massive debt default in January. But while Argentina's exports, which ...
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