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HYDROCARBONS

Debt of Venezuela's Pdvsa up 187.5% in six years

Pdvsa has to make principal and interest payments totaling USD 5 billion this year (File photo)

HYDROCARBONS.  Over six years, the debt of state-run oil holding Petróleos de Venezuela (Pdvsa) has grown by 187.5%. In 2007, the obligations of the oil giant stood at USD 16 billion; now, they exceed USD 46 billion, according to Pdvsa's financial report as of the end of 2014. This amount does not include funding from the Central Bank of Venezuela or debt owed to suppliers.  

01/27/2015
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GOVERNMENT

Cabello: No blackmail will make us retreat

Venezuelan Congress Speaker Diosdado Cabello (File photo)
Pro-government deputies at the National Assembly (AN) jumped in defense of Congress Speaker Diosdado Cabello against the charges of his links with drug traffic
01/27/2015
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OPPOSITION

Henrique Capriles blames shortage on ravaged production

Capriles called on Venezuelans to stay together more than ever before (...)
Miranda state governor Henrique Capriles claimed that prior to increasing the price of gasoline, the government must stop giving oil away
01/27/2015
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HEALTH

Malaria events hit record high in Venezuela in 2014

Fumigation is not enough to prevent mosquitos (File photo)
89,822 people suffered from malaria last year
01/27/2015
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OPINION

Excerpts of column "Runrunes" (Rumors) of Tuesday, January 27

High MEXICO, CHILE & COLOMBIA: All of the three, in addition to Costa Rica, are perhaps the closest related nations with regard to the flow of leaders committed to the setup and consolidation of democracy in the 20th century in Venezu (...)

01/27/2015
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HUMAN RIGHTS

Ombudsman: Neoliberalism and human rights are antagonists

The Office of the Ombudsman hosted an international forum called (...)
For Tareck William Saab, the Venezuelan Ombudsman, neoliberal systems "annihilate social rights"
01/27/2015
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OPPOSITION

Leopoldo López's trial is postponed again

Leopoldo López's hearing was put off again because the 28th Trial (...)
The main evidence of the Venezuelan Attorney General Office against Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo López –the expert report made by linguist Rosa Asuaje upon López's discourses calling for demonstrations– was not produced on Monday as Jud (...)
01/27/2015
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REGIONAL INTEGRATION

Twenty topics to be addressed at Celac Third Summit

Heads of State and Government will gather in Costa Rica on Wednesday (...)
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro has already confirmed his participation
01/27/2015
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ENERGY

The United States builds its own Caribbean energy alliance

General view of the room of the Department of State where the (...)
Washington attempts to end the region's dependence on oil
01/27/2015
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OPINION

Supply and Demand

If Venezuela recovers from its economic depression it will be because its leaders and people recognize that supply and demand shape the economy the way gravity shapes the universe. Supply and demand is not a decree that can be repealed by the wh (...)

01/27/2015
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HYDROCARBONS

Debt of Venezuelan state oil company Pdvsa up 6.38%

Pdvsa's debt service in 2015 accounts for USD 6 billion (File photo)
Official figures show the debt hit USD 46.1 billion. The amount does not include the debt with service suppliers
11:52 AM
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OIL

Venezuelan FM Ramírez visits Qatar amidst OPEC tour

FM Ramírez is visiting OPEC countries to discuss oil prices (File photo)
Venezuelan Foreign Minister Rafael Ramírez arrived in Qatar on Thursday in the context of his tour across the member nations of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), with a view to defining a joint strategy to balance crude oil prices, ahead of the 166th OPEC regular meeting scheduled for November 27 in Vienna, Austria.
05:47 PM
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GOVERNMENT

Cabello: No blackmail will make us retreat

Venezuelan Congress Speaker Diosdado Cabello (File photo)
Pro-government deputies at the National Assembly (AN) jumped in defense of Congress Speaker Diosdado Cabello against the charges of his links with drug traffic
05:20 PM
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OPPOSITION

Henrique Capriles blames shortage on ravaged production

Capriles called on Venezuelans to stay together more than ever before (...)
Miranda state governor Henrique Capriles claimed that prior to increasing the price of gasoline, the government must stop giving oil away
05:04 PM
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HEALTH

Malaria events hit record high in Venezuela in 2014

Fumigation is not enough to prevent mosquitos (File photo)
89,822 people suffered from malaria last year
03:19 PM
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HUMAN RIGHTS

Ombudsman: Neoliberalism and human rights are antagonists

The Office of the Ombudsman hosted an international forum called (...)
For Tareck William Saab, the Venezuelan Ombudsman, neoliberal systems "annihilate social rights"
02:44 PM
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HYDROCARBONS

Debt of Venezuela's Pdvsa up 187.5% in six years

Pdvsa has to make principal and interest payments totaling USD 5 (...)
In 2007, the obligations of state-run oil holding Petróleos de Venezuela (Pdvsa) totaled USD 16 billion; today, they stand at over USD 46 billion, according to official data as of the end of 2014
02:16 PM
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COLOMBIA

Colombia rejects Venezuela's treatment to ex-president Pastrana

Former President Andrés Pastrana tried to visit dissenter Leopoldo (...)
"We reject the remarks and labels against former president Andrés Pastrana Arango. The Government of Colombia hopes the former Head of State is treated with due dignity," the Colombian Foreign Office said in a communiqué
02:02 PM
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REGIONAL INTEGRATION

Twenty topics to be addressed at Celac Third Summit

Heads of State and Government will gather in Costa Rica on Wednesday (...)
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro has already confirmed his participation
01:52 PM
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ENERGY

The United States builds its own Caribbean energy alliance

General view of the room of the Department of State where the (...)
Washington attempts to end the region's dependence on oil
11:43 AM
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OPPOSITION

Gov't says lack of procedures hampered presidents' visit to López

The ex-presidents took part in a forum on democracy (Reuters)
Former presidents Andrés Pastrana (Colombia), Sebastián Piñera (Chile), and Felipe Calderón (Mexico) stressed they were not meddling in internal affairs
11:30 AM
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COMMUNIQUE

Venezuela laments that Colombian FM is "an accomplice to unfriendly moves"

The Venezuelan Foreign Office, headed by Minister Delci Rodríguez, (...)
The Venezuelan government responded to a notice from the Colombian Ministry of Foreign Affairs rebutting "the remarks and labels against ex-President of Colombia Andrés Pastrana"
 

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