The Argentine central bank (BCBA) is the governing body of the country’s financial system. It was created as a result of the monetary and banking reform passed in 1935. Its mission is to serve as the government's monetary authority responsible for supervising the banking system, maintaining monetary stability and ensuring economic and social development.
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