Venezuelan government sets maximum sales prices
With Venezuela’s presidential elections approaching, President Hugo Chávez is unveiling a raft of measures to slash rampant inflation and ensure that his administration is firmly in citizens’ minds come ballot day, but some of the country’s corporate lawyers caution that short term price cuts do not always lead to long term economic growth.
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