#OnTheBrink: Tears and fears in Argentina

Retirees protest outside the National Congress in Buenos Aires against the government's agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and in demand for a raise in their pensions. 

Retirees protest outside the National Congress in Buenos Aires against the government's agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and in demand for a raise in their pensions. 

AFP

BUENOS AIRES - In Argentina, fears are mounting the country may shed more jobs.

Small businesses are struggling to keep afloat amid the economic slump, with government predicting GDP will fall again by at least 2 percent.

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Argentine President Mauricio Macri faces a popularity decline ahead of next year's elections, as the price of goods increase by as much as 1,300 percent.

Aldrin Sampear reports from Buenos Aires that Macri is in a tight spot as he implements austerity measures and public sector job cuts.