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Month and a half after the death of Hugo Chavez, his successor Nicolas Maduro, who proclaimed himself as a “son of Chavez”, won the presidential elections in Venezuela last weekend.
Nicolas Maduro won the elections with 50.7 of the vote, while his opponent Henrique Capriles collected 49.1%, the difference between them, which accounted for only 235,000 votes. Mr Capriles rejected the results and said he would wait until the audit.
Citigroup, New York Manufacturing, J.C. Penney Co and Canadian dollar in Our Daily Round-Up for 04/16/2013
Yesterday the Chinese government announced that the country’s economy has entered a period of slower growth after thirty years of double-digit economic increase, reported Financial Times.
According to forecasts, reports, from British companies releasing their annual results for the year to March, will show near £100 billion increase in their aggregate pension scheme deficits, reported Financial Times.