Striking similarities between Israel and Argentina.
Like many Argentines, Daniel Roger and his family found themselves slipping down the social ladder over the past year to join the one-third of their compatriots living below the poverty line.
Sideswiped by the country’s swirling 57 percent inflation, their rent became too expensive and they were forced to move into a budget hotel to make ends meet.
The downward spiral familiar to many Argentines — a staggering 32 percent of whom are officially classed as poor — had begun.
“Before, we were renting an apartment, but we got to the point where we could no longer pay for it,” Roger’s wife Andrea Gomez, 26, told AFP.
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