Grow in Venezuelan border exchange transactions

The Governor stressed that this measure promotes the construction of a new frontier of peace, where prevail the legal operations. | Photo: @VielmaEsTachira

Around of 3,490 transactions have been in bureaux de change located on the border of Venezuela with Colombia, from 16 until 24 January of this year, reported on Thursday the Governor of the border state of Tachira, José Gregorio Vielma Mora.
The Venezuelan Governor explained that those transactions mean more than one million dollars that is processed by 2.938 million pesos Colombian, delivered to individuals who set out the required documents.

#EnPantalla @LaPautaVTV Gob @VielmaEsTachira we are working to strengthen the houses of change and the sale of fuel – Gobiernotachira (@GobiernoTachira) 26 January 2017 houses change promoted the construction of a new frontier of peace which prevail legal operations. These exchange houses are located in San Antonio de el Táchira, Sambil of San Cristobal and Barrio Obrero.
> Venezuela seeks transparency in currency exchange Vielma Mora said they will soon open four stores in Tachira to complete seven houses of change in this border area. Also highlighted the good acceptance that has the measure on the part of the village Venezuelan.
“The transaction is 4 to 1, four pesos for Venezuelan bolivar, and goes with an invoice and in Colombia the Colombian pesos are delivered,” explained and said that this amount was determined according to the rate of the market in Colombia.
Vielma Mora explained that there are two types of operations: cash or check and electronics. The first is on the basis of the second on a base of $300 and $200, and stressed that in neither of the two cases are delivered dollars but which corresponds to the Colombian peso.
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