Source: Associated Press
President Hugo Chavez eased restrictions Sunday on credit card use, easing the currency controls that he imposed to shore up the economy during a two-month general strike called by his opponents.
Under the new rules, Venezuelans will be allowed to spend up to $2,000 annually on their credit cards w
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