Delo: A Story about a Failure

Ljubljana, 5 January - The Argentineans say about their country that it has everything, but actually nothing, which is exactly the opposite of Japan, a country which has nothing, but has in fact everything. After at least some Argentineans had a standard of living comparable to that in Europe and the U.S. at the beginning of the 20th century, the rest of the same century was marked by decades of corrupted governments, military juntas and totally wrong economic policies, the daily Delo comments the recent Argentinean crisis in Saturday's edition.

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