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VP Maduro: Economic actions will continue

According to Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro, opposition sectors "are wailing because the exchange control applied them a tourniquet"

Maduro: US dollars stopped feeding the accounts of the corrupt rightwing (Photo: TV screen capture)
GABRIELA TURZI VEGAS |  EL UNIVERSAL
Thursday February 14, 2013  03:41 PM
Venezuela's Vice-President Nicolás Maduro affirmed on Thursday that all the economic steps taken so far have been "well" assessed by the government team of President Hugo Chávez. "They are necessary to contain the speculative attacks on the currency," he added.

According to the senior officer, this year the domestic economy will grow at least 6%. "Our people trust in the policies and the economic project of the revolution," he commented.

During an inspection of a canned food manufacturing plant in Zulia state, west Venezuela, he referred that some opposition sectors "are wailing because the exchange control applied them a tourniquet."

"Now, US dollars are used for our people's development," he summed up.
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