Argentina is “New Face of Malnutrition,” Claims Spain’s El País Newspaper

The author of the article compared Argentina's situation with that of Guatemala and Venezuela and said that "it's disheartening that one of the richest nations in the Southern Hemisphere is building poverty rather than destroying it."

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The renowned European daily cautioned that, along with Guatemala and Venezuela, relatively wealthy Argentina is "the new face of malnutrition and food insecurity."

Jorge Galindo, a columnist for Madrid daily El País, published a detailed study of the economic crisis affecting these lands: "Venezuela, Argentina, and Guatemala . . .

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