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Argentina—twinned with Greece

This is what the aftermath of a default looks like: an addiction to deficit and debts

By David Smith   September 2015

Supporters of Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro burn a U.S. national flag during a demonstration outside the U.S. © REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci - RTR4WV8Q

On 25th October, Argentina will vote for its next President. Loyalty, favouritism, betrayal, a powerful widow, one candidate with a supermodel wife, another front-runner a football magnate, unexplained murders, unexplained wealth—this is a campaign scripted for Netflix. Argentina’s future is at stake. Will the voters of…

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