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Fedecámaras: Sanctions generate prejudice for citizens

Businessmen warn that due to sanctions, Venezuelans will end up paying more for products

The second vice president of the Federation of Chambers and Associations of Commerce and Production of Venezuela (Fedecámaras), Tiziana Polesel, maintained that the so-called economic sanctions imposed against the country, far from achieving the objective for which they are implemented, "rather generate prejudice for citizens."

Polesel noted that due to the Unilateral Coercive Measures (MCU) imposed on Venezuela, "many foreign banks take measures against Venezuelans that end up harming them."

In this regard, she commented that the business sector views “with concern” General License 44A issued by the United States Government regarding the reconsideration of sanctions against Venezuela, the businesswoman said during a radio interview.

“In addition, of all the problems we face from an internal economic point of view, measures like this greatly complicate international trade relations and costs,” he added.

From a commercial point of view, he said that there are suppliers from the United States who send emails to Venezuelan businessmen saying: “I cannot ship to you because it is Venezuela.”

He pointed out that the businessman must “wear himself out” explaining that neither the company nor the person is sanctioned by the North American country.

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