Argentinians protest rising utility prices

Thousands of Argentinians have been protesting the rise of living costs in Buenos Aires.

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    Thousands of Argentinians, angry at rising living costs, have been protesting in Buenos Aires.

    The government insists inflation will go down later this year and the rise in utility services is necessary for the country to grow.

    But on the streets many have lost confidence that the so-called economic prosperity may come at their expense.

    Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports from Buenos Aires.


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