Argentina economy: Workers protest as inflation soars

Teachers staging protests in Buenos Aires say life is becoming unbearable as the value of the peso continues to decline.

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    Teachers in Argentina have been protesting in the capital Buenos Aires, demanding pay rises.

    They say they are living below the poverty line and that life is becoming unbearable.

    It comes after the value of the peso dropped by 30 percent, sparking more inflation.

    Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports from Buenos Aires.


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