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ARGENTINA-ECONOMY/POVERTY
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February 28, 2014
Residents are seen in the Villa 31 slum, which censuses show has grown 50 percent in the past four years...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Residents are seen in the Villa 31 slum near Buenos Aires
Residents are seen in the Villa 31 slum, which censuses show has grown 50 percent in the past four years to currently house some 40,000 people, near the 100-year-old railway station Retiro in the heart of Buenos Aires, February 9, 2014. A sharp currency devaluation in Argentina last month has worsened one of the world's highest inflation rates, threatening to unravel a generous social safety net at the heart of President Cristina Fernandez's economic policies. One in four Argentine families now rely on state welfare programs ranging from payouts for the unemployed to scholarships for poor high school students, as social spending boomed along with the economy over much of the past decade. Picture taken February 9. 2014. To match Feature ARGENTINA-ECONOMY/POVERTY REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: CITYSCAPE POLITICS SOCIETY POVERTY BUSINESS)
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