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Protests at IMF Argentina talks

Protesters have clashed with police in Buenos Aires as Rodrigo Rato, managing director of the International Monetary Fund, talked with government leaders. Mr Rato was meeting Argentine President Nestor Kirchner, as well as Finance Minister Roberto Lavagna. Mr Rato urged Argentina to set aside more cash for debt payments. He said a budget was needed that deepens “the path toward stability” and “increases the state’s financial capacity” in 2005. Meanwhile, about 30 people were arrested for throwing rocks and sticks and four policemen were injured. Full Story

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