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The quebracho was a local currency authorized by Law 4951 to be issued in the Chaco Province of Argentina from 2001 to 2002, during the Argentine economic crisis. The name was derived from a tree, which was in turn derived from quebrar hacha, meaning "axe-breaker".
- Bono Quebracho on the Spanish (Español) Wikipedia
- Quebracho (moneta) on the Italian (Italiano) Wikipedia