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Argentine austerity protests mount over Macri's IMF-backed measures

Reuters India Wednesday, 12 September 2018
Labor unions and social groups blocked streets in downtown Buenos Aires on Wednesday to protest austerity measures proposed by the government and backed by the International Monetary Fund to reduce Argentina's debt.
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