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Former Argentine economy minister sentenced

Buenos Aires : Argentina | Dec 27, 2012 at 10:33 AM PST
Source: The Boston Globe
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Argentina (AP) A former Argentine economy minister was sentenced Thursday to four years in prison for corruption. Felisa Miceli was forced to quit in 2007 when Argentine pesos and U.S. dollars' worth the combined equivalent of $52,000 were found in her office bathroom. FULL ARTICLE AT The Boston Globe
 
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