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Argentina's labor unions have called a general strike for today to protest an austerity plan--including salary cuts--proposed by the much-criticized civilian government of President Raul Alfonsin. The one-day walkout is aimed at halting transportation, industry and commerce and closing government offices. Alfonsin called the strike "infantile" but did not declare it illegal, a move that would allow massive firings of employees.

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