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Venezuela: Default risks grow (I'm quoted in Platts)

Mery Mogollon quotes me several times on PDVSA’s trajectory in Platt’s September Energy Economist.  Here it is:

Venezuela, South America’s biggest oil producer, has seen the value of its oil exports fall to its lowest level since 2004. 64 palabras más


Venezuela’s Maduro Signs Deals with China, Vietnam, Meets with Russia to Discuss Oil Prices

Chinese President Xi Jinping (2nd R) prepares to shake hands with Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro before their meeting at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China, September 1, 2015. 360 palabras más

Venezuela’s Giant Lake of Endless Oil Is a Filthy, Lawless Mess

For nearly a century, the petroleum deposits beneath giant Lake Maracaibo served as a cash cow for successive Venezuelan governments. In return, especially in the years since the company’s energy industry was nationalized by former President Hugo Chavez, it has received little back but neglect.

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Eulogio, Venezuela's mighty oil Czar

On Tuesday evening, President Nicolás Maduro announced what in revolutionary newspeak is referred to as a sacudón (shake-up), otherwise known to the rest of the globe as  343 palabras más


Dictatorship's Oil "Cash Cow"

Here are some very simple truths. Venezuela is a dictatorship, while Brazil and Argentina are false democracies, behind which hide other dictatorships. And all of them are left-wing dictatorships. 96 palabras más

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El "amiguismo" y "padrinazgos" políticos en Venezuela.

De nuevo dejo mi escritura de lado por las circunstancias, espero sepan perdonarme. Sino, pondré todas mis esperanzas en redimirme en esta pieza y las siguientes. 591 palabras más


04.25.15: Ledezma in Hospital

A Caracas court ordered Antonio Ledezma’s transfer from the Ramo Verde military prison to a hospital last night so that he might receive medial care for an inguinal hernia. 408 palabras más

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