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Image caption Sergio works as a cartonero - collecting litter on the streets of Buenos Aires. Sergio Sanchez, 56, has lived through enough defaults and crises to know that Argentina's economy can be a rollercoaster. Politicians come and go but economic troubles rarely go away. "Some governments have been better than others," Sergio says. But the coronavirus pandemic has had a far bigger impact than any politician. "It doesn't care if you're good or bad, rich or poor.". Sergio's life was turned upside down when Argentina's economy crashed in 2001- the worst economic crisis in the country's history. Argentina defaulted on a debt of $132bn - at the time, it was the largest sovereign default ev... Full story

29 May

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