(Combines economic growth, industrial output stories) By Hilary Burke BUENOS AIRES, Sept 21 (Reuters) - Argentina's economic growth and industrial production fared better than expected in July and August, partly due to a jump in car manufacturing and steelmaking, according to official data released on Friday. Economists had expected slower industrial output growth in August, anticipating further fallout from the energy shortages that hurt production in both June and July. But ...
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