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How did the Government shutdown in about 2000 affect the dining situation in Argentina?

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Answer #1 | 16/08 2011 12:36
The government shutdown in the early 2000s led riots and destruction, which most likely destroyed some restaurants, and to widespread inflation of the peso in Argentina, which also more than likely hurt the dining situation because people didn't have the money to go out to eat often. In short, it severely hurt it, but not in a direct way. There's really not much on this topic that I could find
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