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Montevideo, September 22nd 2023 - 21:03 UTC
President Jose Mujica admitted on Tuesday before the country’s Exporters Union lobby that Uruguay has competitiveness problems and it is ‘not an easy challenge’ but nevertheless 2012 will again be a record year for overseas sales. Read full article
He talks and talks but never DOES anything either about infrastructure or education. Isnt the Presidency supposed to be the executive branch of government? He seems more interested in the side issues of legalizing marijuana, abortion and gay marriage than the real problems that our country faces and will face
lack of sufficient roads and ports infrastructure, the price and supply of energy and lack of qualified labour. - just a couple of minor items to fix then. Come on Pepe, put your back in to it.
Shame about Uruguay's close association with argieland. Also a shame about the association with venezuela. And Brazil. You are known by the people you associate with. Corrupt, criminal argieland. Tyrannical, dictatorial venezuela. Unscrupulous Brazil.
'I've got rid of the red tape on the red tape on the red tape'
They need to reinstate the railways and get them working and transporting goods around the country. Far more efficient than building more roads.
Tell that The Union Ferroviaria KFC
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