Argentine judge suspends delivery apps, protect workers' rights

Delivery apps have generated much-needed jobs in Argentina that are currently going through an economic crisis.

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    Delivery apps are thriving in Latin American countries.

    The digital platforms are helping people find jobs.

    But the work can be dangerous and many end up working for long hours for low income and few benefits.

    Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports from Buenos Aires.


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