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The Argentine argentino was a complementary currency announced by Argentine President Adolfo Rodríguez Saá (1947–) on December 26, 2001, near the end of the Argentine economic crisis. The currency was to replace the patacón, the LECOP, and other provincial bonds used at the time, and circulate alongside the Argentine peso. However, the idea for the currency was later discarded after Saá resigned from office a few days later on December 30.