Argentina's biggest union calls for anti-government protest

Argentina's largest labour union is set to go on strike to protest against government plans to cut public spending. Teachers are already into their second day of a nationwide walk-out.

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    Buenos Aires - Argentina's largest labour union is set to go on strike to protest against government plans to cut public spending.

    Teachers are already into their second day of a nationwide walk-out.

    They say that despite the government's promise to raise salaries, they will still struggle financially.


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