Bolivian government ad reminds that fuels increased 84% in Uruguay

An advertisement of the Bolivian government points out that, while in its country, fuels have not increased at all, in the rest of the region, prices have skyrocketed.

The Bolivian Ministry of Economy presented an advertising spot in which a young man talks about the socialist government's economic strategy to contain the prices of oil derivatives, which in that country have increased by 0%.

"What? Gasoline in Bolivia does not go up in price, not even now with the Ukraine-Russia war? How crazy! Because in Ecuador it shot up 30%, in Argentina 18%, in Chile 40%, in Brazil 49%, in Paraguay 59 . . .

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