New board game in Argentina aims to beat the IMF

A new board game called 'Eternal Debt' is keeping people in Argentina busy at the moment. The point of the game is to try to beat the International Monetary Fund (IMF) by accumulating the least debt. The game is subtitled 'Who can beat the IMF?' and it is structured with some similarity to the popular game 'Monopoly'.

Rather than trying to accumulate property and wealth, the goal is to accumulate the least debt. The board is divided into 'southern' and 'northern' zones, intended to represent

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