Argentine workers launch general strike against Milei reforms, austerity

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Where do these guys get their journalists… Jumbo, open. Dia, open. Carrefour, open. Coto, open. Chino, open. Yet according to Reuters, everything supermarkets included came “grinding to a halt”. Also saw bank staff coming in and out of their branch (even though closed for public attention). They also conveniently forget to mention that 40% of buses are running and plenty of people all over the city have made it to work (although obviously less than in a normal day).

Guess click bait headlines about dire the situation in Argentine is need to throw in some added drama and ignore the more mundane facts that otherwise dampen the news they are selling.
 
Where do these guys get their journalists… Jumbo, open. Dia, open. Carrefour, open. Coto, open. Chino, open. Yet according to Reuters, everything supermarkets included came “grinding to a halt”. Also saw bank staff coming in and out of their branch (even though closed for public attention). They also conveniently forget to mention that 40% of buses are running and plenty of people all over the city have made it to work (although obviously less than in a normal day).

Guess click bait headlines about dire the situation in Argentine is need to throw in some added drama and ignore the more mundane facts that otherwise dampen the news they are selling.
You should tell them that. For anybody who doesn't already know, Reuters business is selling news to publishers and their USP is the quality and accuracy of their reporting.
 
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