Argentina Unveils Sweeping New Economic Plan Thomas Catán

The government of Argentina on Sunday set out a sweeping new plan to deal with the country's economic, social and constitutional crises. At the heart of the new plan is an effort to end Argentines' long love-affair with US dollar, which for 10 years has been used interchangeably with the peso. The government, which jettisoned the dollar peg last month, plans to float the currency entirely as early as this week, albeit with heavy state regulation to stop it from plunging. "We are going to 'pesify' the entire Argentine economy," said Jorge Remes Lenicov, economy minister. "We want our own…