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  • Venezuela rejects coercive mechanisms against free countries at the UN

    Venezuela’s Foreign Minister Carlos Faria, speaking on behalf of President Nicolás Maduro at the United Nations on Saturday, rejected coercive mechanisms against free nations and advocated dialogue to resolve conflicts. “The people of the world should know that Venezuela is exposed to all attempts to destabilize its democracy,” Faria said ...

  • Latin America’s inflation in August

    Inflation continues to make headlines globally and regionally, and August was no exception. Although some corners of Latin America began to see an incipient slowdown in prices (Brazil), the trend remains at historically high levels in the vast majority. Countries with long-standing inflationary regimes, such as Argentina and Venezuela, continued ...

  • Contrabando crece sin control en Venezuela

    El Consejo Nacional del Comercio y los Servicios (Consecomercio) de Venezuela dijo que se estima que más del 30% de los productos que se ofrecen en el mercado del país provienen del contrabando.

  • The show goes on in Venezuela, the return of foreign music shows

    The population welcomes the increase in the offer of music shows in Venezuela, including foreign artists. Many believe that the industry's revival reflects the economic boom that the Caribbean nation is experiencing in 2022. Since last year, there has been an increase in the number of music events in the ...

  • Venezuelan president invites foreign investors to agricultural production

    Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Wednesday invited investors from Latin America and around the world to invest in his country’s agricultural sector, assuring that Venezuela offers very favorable conditions for agricultural production. “I invite all investors from Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, and now Colombia to come to Venezuela and farm the ...

  • Opening Colombian-Venezuelan border could generate US$8 billion

    With the inauguration of Gustavo Petro, Colombia and Venezuela aim to reopen the border between both countries, considered the most commercially active in South America. According to the governor of Táchira, Freddy Bernal, in the first six months alone, the reopening would move between US$2 billion and US$8 billion. The ...

  • Venezuela halts oil-for-debt shipments to Europe

    Venezuela has suspended new crude oil shipments to Europe under an oil-for-debt deal, asking Italy's "Eni" and Spain's "Repsol" to supply the South American country with fuel in exchange for future cargoes. According to a report by "Reuters," the state oil company "PDVSA" is no longer interested in . . ...

  • Argentina’s inflation surpassed Venezuela’s in July

    Inflation in Argentina exceeded that of Venezuela in July, which stood at 5.3%, according to an independent measurement of Nicolás Maduro's government. Last month's price increase in Venezuela slowed down by 9.2 percentage points compared to June, according to the Venezuelan . . . To read the full NEWS and ...

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