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Venezuelan Collapse Poses a Threat to 17 Nations

The market is pricing that Venezuela will default in the coming months. With almost $2 billion in debt due in October, $3 billion in November and almost $4 billion in April 2017; default is only a matter of time. 862 palabras más

Politics

PETER PHILLIPS' OWN GOAL

Thanks to Peter Phillips for taking the time (February 9; Gordon Robinson fails the fact-check test) to respond to my comments on the PetroCaribe deal (February 7; … 1.401 palabras más

Columns: Playing Solitaire With The Hermit Of The People

Petrocaribe: Triad of Issues Puts Future of Existing Arrangement in Doubt

A good overview of the prospects for Petrocaribe going forward.  My sense is that some countries in the region have made contingencies for this…but many have not… 12 palabras más

Jamaica

Petrocaribe In Doubt

by caribbeantradelaw

On June 29th 2005, fourteen of the Caribbean countries which met with the late President Hugo Chavez Frias in the beautiful northern Venezuelan port city of Puerto La Cruz signed an energy cooperation agreement which would seek to be a beacon of south-south cooperation and solidarity. 166 palabras más

Caribbean News

Petrocaribe: Triad of Issues Puts Future of Existing Arrangement in Doubt

Alicia Nicholls

On June 29th 2005, fourteen of the Caribbean countries which met with the late President Hugo Chavez Frias in the beautiful northern Venezuelan port city of Puerto La Cruz signed an energy cooperation agreement which would seek to be a beacon of south-south cooperation and solidarity. 1.429 palabras más

Caribbean countries warned to look for alternative sources of oil post-PetroCaribe

Caribbean countries are being warned about the possibility of having to look to alternative sources of oil, after the recently elected opposition coalition in Venezuela announced it will review agreements under the PetroCaribe energy agreement. 353 palabras más

Industry News

PetroCaribe Deal Unease

Bert Wilkinson (Caribbean Life) writes that, although not many in the 15-nation Caribbean Community (CARICOM) are talking about it, there is mounting disquiet in the region about the very strong possibility that Venezuela’s opposition-controlled Congress may alter or even pull the plug on the PetroCaribe concession oil deal which has been available to member states for the past decade. 425 palabras más

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