Venezuela increases the minimum wage to 28 Dollars

The president of Venezuela Nicolás Maduro announces an increase in the minimum wage of 28 Dollars. Photo: Courtesy.
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Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro. Photo: Courtesy.

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So too, the South American country has been in recession and has seen its international ties limited. the South American country has been in recession and has seen its international ties limited.

the South American country has been in recession and has seen its international ties limited. Photo: Courtesy.

the South American country has been in recession and has seen its international ties limited.