Venezuela monetary reform pondered

A likely monetary reform in Venezuela is subject to a decision by the Central Bank of Venezuela (BCV), said the National Assembly Finance Committee president Rodrigo Cabezas.

He added that both the parliament committee and Hugo Chavez' Government are waiting for a BCV reply on this subject.

BCV "has the capacity to outline and implement the monetary policy. We did our job to bring about this issue last January, and we know the BCV board of directors is working in these monetary changes. We are

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