Argentinian protesters infuriated at government's IMF appeal

Mauricio Macri's government has taken fire for the high inflation rate and for cutting subsidies for utilities and the government's turn to the IMF has stirred painful memories.

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    More jobs and cuts to food prices are major demands for anti-government protesters in Argentina.

    And they're infuriated at the government's latest appeal for help from the International Monetary Fund.

    Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports from Buenos Aires.


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