Ecuador to Cut $1.5 Billion in Imports to Defend Use of Dollar

Ecuador has reached an agreement with business leaders to cut imports by $1.5 billion to help defend the South American country’s use of the dollar as legal tender, President Rafael Correa said.

Correa said voluntary import restrictions with private industry were reached after he originally had planned to order as much as $2.1 billion in import cuts.

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