Argentines elected pro-market leader Mauricio Macri as their new president on Sunday, early official results showed, breaking with 12 years of leftist rule in Latin America's third-biggest economy.
Partial official results with just over 10 percent of ballots counted gave Macri 54.29 percent of the votes with 45.71 percent for his leftist rival Daniel Scioli, echoing exit polls released earlier.
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