El Salvador's Saca shrugs off criticism of government subsidies
President Antonio Saca of El Salvador, under fire over his subsidies policy said he had no intention of changing it now after four years in power. Indeed, he added, he might even increase subsidies.
Thursday, May 29, 2008
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