Thursday, 30 January 2014

American newspaper front pages Thursday 30 January

Por la falta de dólares, el Gobierno frena el pago de importaciones – Due to the lack of dollars, the Government stops payment of imports
The Government yesterday halted the authorization of payment of imports with the aim of prioritizing the availability of foreign currency in the local market, much in demand from the easing of foreign exchange stocks, on Monday. The AFIP reported yesterday 28 million dollars were sold to save (41 million in three days). “Almost not passed anything of import”, committed an officer of a Bank of first line. “I think that the Central Bank was also very attentive to the sale [of dollars] in branches,” he added. “Virtually all customers who passed through the box did it to buy dollars for hoarding”, admitted yesterday in a National Bank.  After a start with obstacles, on the third day of the partial opening of the foreign exchange stocks, banks returned to face a strong demand for foreign exchange by the retail public. The Central Bank (BCRA) then chose to “stepping” practically in full the authorization of payment of imports and thus counter pressure on the official dollar, which closed at $8.02, and decrease the loss of their reserves. However, yesterday fell another $188 million (543 million since Monday, up 28.520). The blue dollar went back up and at the end touched the $13.
Presagian lo peor: hallan narcofosas – They presage the worst: find narcofosas

FOUND remains of weapons located ranches North of Coahuila with evidence of missing persons

ZARAGOZA.-Although there was no compelling elements, scientifically proven, at the end of editing the first findings bode the worst in Northern Coahuila: alleged clandestine pits located in different places of the municipality of Zaragoza and surroundings, where there would be incinerated people, and “kitchen” of “human pozole” (tambos to dissolve victims in acid).

Unesco: Chile incrementó su desigualdad escolar – UNESCO: Chile increased its school inequality
Level of learning among rich and poor detected slight differences in countries such as Chile «in fourth grade, but in the eighth the 77% of rich students achieved minimum levels, compared with 44% of the poor».

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