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CARACAS, Tuesday September 27, 2011 | Update
 

GOVERNMENT

President Maduro to "shake up the government" on Tuesday

All members of ruling party PSUV will receive political training, President Maduro announced (@Prensapresidencial)

GOVERNMENT.  Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro announced on Monday that he would make important announcements on Tuesday concerning his government reshuffle and priorities, and asked for people's support.  

04:55 PM
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GOVERNMENT

Congress' speaker: Opposition will try to hit the people "with hunger"

Cabello asserted the opposition "will not rule ever again" (TV screen capture)
Diosdado Cabello, the vice-president of ruling party United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) and Congress's speaker, commented on the fingerprinting system to be implemented
03:41 PM
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ENTERPRISES

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Economic controls create problems

Venezuelan Trade Council asks gov't to address economic crisis

Consecomercio noted that controls have spurred the economic crisis (...)
The Venezuelan National Trade and Services Council (Consecomercio) asserted that "an urgent response" is required to tackle the problems the country is facing, and alerted that delaying decisions might lead to "a year with worse economic and social results" in 2015
02:26 PM
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DIPLOMACY

Analyst: Venezuela-US rapprochement may take some time

The US chargé d'affairs to Venezuela met on August 28 with Venezuelan (...)
According to Carlos Romero, a political scientist and expert in international affairs, both countries "have a lot of issues to discuss"
01:26 PM
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INDUSTRY

Venezuelan car assemblers, gov't discuss debt payment schedule

Government's delays in payments to car parent companies prevent reactivation of production
11:56 AM
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CONTROLS

Fitful supply causes lines in Venezuelan food retailers

Lines of clients inside supermarkets have become an issue, so clients (...)
Demand focuses on the products of the basic food basket
05:50 AM
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HYDROCARBONS

Pdvsa suspends export of diluted crude oil in October

Most of the diluted crude oil of Pdvsa is absorbed by Citgo (File (...)
It is not clear yet whether the suspension of DCO exports will result in a cut of naphtha purchase in open market operations. The decision has been taken as the state-owned oil company seeks to cut costs and partially solve some troubles with the cash flow
12:00 AM
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EXCHANGE CONTROL

Liquidity and lack of dollars trigger the parallel exchange market

Allocation of currency by Cencoex and Sicad I totaled USD 13.2 (...)
The Central Bank's funding of Pdvsa deepens distortion surrounding currency exchange policies
12:00 AM
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INTERVIEW

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Pedro Pablo Fernández

"I'm worried at seeing the opposition blending in Chávezism"

"The point is not looking for a Messiah, but striking a message able (...)
"The country is adrift and this happens because political confrontation is not making room to discuss actual problems and find a solution to them"
12:00 AM
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HYDROCARBONS

Tumbling oil prices deepen economic turbulence in Venezuela

Venezuelan crude oil prices recorded a USD 9.75-decline (File photo)
Venezuelan bonds continue to fall, while country risk climbs
12:00 AM
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GOVERNMENT

Venezuela has spent USD 250 million to lobby in the United States

President Chávez together with Pdvsa President during a meeting of (...)
Under the 14-year government of late Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez, discussions of law related to hydrocarbons and allied countries (Iran, Syria, North Korea) were financed, funds for local, state and national electoral campaigns were granted and lobby for his government was contracted. This has cost the nation USD 20,722,646
11:56 AM
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CONTROLS

Fitful supply causes lines in Venezuelan food retailers

Lines of clients inside supermarkets have become an issue, so clients are asked to wait in line outside, on the street (File photo)
Venezuela's Executive Office has decided to implement fingerprint-reading machines in order to reduce lines of clients at the doors of stores to buy products of the basic food basket.
05:34 PM
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PROTESTS IN VENEZUELA

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Fingerprinting system rejected

At least five people injured amid protests in Táchira state

Protests were repelled with tear gas and pellets (@sifuerasgov)
One of the demonstrators has a gunshot in the abdomen and was identified as Denis Leonelli Zambrano, as reported by non-governmental organization Foro Penal Venezolano (Venezuelan Criminal Forum)
04:55 PM
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GOVERNMENT

Congress' speaker: Opposition will try to hit the people "with hunger"

Cabello asserted the opposition "will not rule ever again" (TV screen (...)
Diosdado Cabello, the vice-president of ruling party United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) and Congress's speaker, commented on the fingerprinting system to be implemented
03:41 PM
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ENTERPRISES

 | 

Economic controls create problems

Venezuelan Trade Council asks gov't to address economic crisis

Consecomercio noted that controls have spurred the economic crisis (...)
The Venezuelan National Trade and Services Council (Consecomercio) asserted that "an urgent response" is required to tackle the problems the country is facing, and alerted that delaying decisions might lead to "a year with worse economic and social results" in 2015
02:26 PM
 | 

DIPLOMACY

Analyst: Venezuela-US rapprochement may take some time

The US chargé d'affairs to Venezuela met on August 28 with Venezuelan (...)
According to Carlos Romero, a political scientist and expert in international affairs, both countries "have a lot of issues to discuss"
01:26 PM
 | 

INDUSTRY

Venezuelan car assemblers, gov't discuss debt payment schedule

Government's delays in payments to car parent companies prevent reactivation of production
11:56 AM
 | 

CONTROLS

Fitful supply causes lines in Venezuelan food retailers

Lines of clients inside supermarkets have become an issue, so clients (...)
Demand focuses on the products of the basic food basket
 

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