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Debate: Should Hugo Chávez focus on the private sector more than social spending?

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Hugo Chávez should focus on private sector more than on social spendings.

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Background and Context of Debate:

Despite the high prices on oil, the economy of Venezuela has recently slowed down. Prices on food are increasing, the cost of feeding a family of five rose by 2.4% in May and stands some 60% higher than the minimum wage. The inflation is also on increase – the inflation rate climbed above 3% a month late last year. It's obvious that it's high time Hugo Chávez did something to overcome the ongoing crisis.

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