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Argentines worry over the prospect of another default

29 July 2014 Last updated at 16:50 BST

Argentina is on the brink of its second government financial default in 13 years.

The country has until Wednesday 29 July to reach a deal with investors, especially the so-called "hold-outs", who are suing the country for full repayment of their bonds.

BBC Mundo's Ignacio de Los Reyes spoke to people in Buenos Aires.

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