The governing body of the financial system was born out of the monetary and banking reform of 1935. The Central Bank, according to the 1935 law, tended to promote liquidity and functioning of credit and prohibited banks from not following this policy. After 1970, inflation accelerated a process that came to lose 13 zeros from the national monetary value between the beginning of the 20th century and 1991. The radical remedy that was implemented was the Convertibility Law. Almost eleven years later, that model ceased to exist through the Economic Emergency Law of 2002.
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