Argentinians unhappy with country's new IMF deal

Argentinians march through Buenos Aires, protesting against the country's new deal with the International Monetary Fund to receive up to EUR42 billion. President Mauricio Macri's country reached out to the "safety net" of IMF last month after its peso currency hit an all-time low. In return, Argentina has agreed to tackle its double-digit inflation and public spending. The nation's economy has struggled ever since a devastating economic crisis in 2001/02 and Argentinians blame this on

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