When two-thirds of all workers are on their forced vacations, when hospitals lack food and medicine, when fuel is short and gasoline coupons remain unused, when the GNP fell to less than 15 billion dollars from near under 30 billion dollars three years earlier, when the full economic blockade has been imposed, when prices soar […]

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