Cristina called to ignore traders that increase prices
January 25, 2013
President Cristina Kirchner called to make a vacuum to merchant companies that raise prices indiscriminately.
“I will not use the word boycott, because when Néstor Kirchner used was a commotion, but let’s say you create a vacuum,” said the head of state.
“If you do not defend yourself, anyone will do it, and it is shown that it is no use forcing to pay something. The user has to enforce their rights,” she added.
The statements were made at a ceremony in Government House, where the president inaugurated the new sewage plant in Buenos Aires city of Campana, expansion of a production plant for polyurethane panels in Rosario and the Baptism with the name Leonardo Favio to Cultural Center theater Saturnino Unzué, in Mar del Plata.
Cristina also said: “It seems that traders made contact with the ground and lowered prices a bit.”