Resigns Chilean Ministry of Finance, Rodrigo Valdés

The Chilean Ministry of Finance, Rodrigo Valdés, has resigned after more than two years at the helm of the ministry, one of the most important government of Michelle Bachelet. In a brief statement to the press, in which he answered no questions from reporters, Valdes said: "I have submitted my resignation to His Excellency, the President of the Republic, Michelle Bachelet, and she has accepted." Rodrigo Valdés is the second Minister of Finance of the Government leaving office after relieving Alberto Arenas, who held office from March 2014 to May 2015. "Moving steadily towards higher levels of growth said Valdés- requires discipline and conviction Government, and open spaces for the private sector to deploy its initiative with clear and stable rules. " "But I think I failed everyone to share this conviction" and recognized the former minister. Valdes's departure comes after a series of disagreements the economic team of La Moneda (government headquarters) with the political committee of the Executive.


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