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Alberto Fernández: 'There is no money that will reach the pockets of Argentines if prices continue to increase'

2021-05-09T13:58:41.376Z

The President demanded a greater "effort" from businessmen and put an end "to the sectorial bid to see who gets the best cut."



05/07/2021 19:08

  • Clarín.com

  • Politics

Updated 05/07/2021 19:08

President Alberto Fernández pointed out this Friday against businessmen by demanding greater "solidarity" to face the crisis exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic and maintained that "

there is no money enough

to put in the pockets of Argentines if prices continue to increase. ".

"The sectoral bid has to find a limit and let's say enough, let's think about our people, who they need because if not all the effort we make to put resources, the powerful end up vacuuming. There is no money enough to put into the Argentines' pockets if prices continue to increase, "remarked the president.

Fernández spoke at the head of this afternoon at the Casa Rosada Bicentennial Museum the fifth meeting of the Argentine Federal Council Against Hunger.

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Source: clarin

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