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CARACAS, Tuesday September 27, 2011 | Update
 

JUDICIARY

Attorney General: 232 people arrested for smuggling

Attorney General Luisa Ortega Díaz announced detentions for alleged smuggling (File Photo)

JUDICIARY.  Venezuelan Attorney General Luisa Ortega Díaz informed that 232 people have been arrested for alleged smuggling.  

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 photo)
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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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
12:00 AM
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DOSSIER

Sambil mall expropriated owners still hopeful

Protests around the mall demanding increased security are frequent (...)
Investors' hopes that their rights would be restored rekindled in the wake of the announcement by minister Ernesto Villegas that refugees living in Sambil La Candelaria shopping mall would be resettled
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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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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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
08/29/2014
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SECURITY

Venezuelan Medical Federation demands more security at hospitals

Some doctors have been attacked at José Gregorio Hernández Hospital (...)
Douglas León Natera, President of the Venezuelan Medical Federation urged the Minister of Health Francisco Alejandro Armada to address the issue of insecurity inside healthcare facilities
08/29/2014
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HEALTH

Venezuelan Health Ministry discusses the sector' issues with surgeons

Doctors expect improvements in hospital’s surgical services (File (...)
Authorities of the Venezuelan Ministry of Health met with Surgery resident doctors of the Caracas Metropolitan area to tackle structural and supply problems in public hospitals
08/29/2014
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ACCIDENT

Twelve people killed and 47 injured in three road accidents in Venezuela

One bus crashed against a tree and fell off a cliff
Three accidents occurred on Friday early morning in the Gran Mariscal de Ayacucho highway, which connects the east side of the country with northern Miranda state, Venezuela. The incidents took a toll of 12 fatal victims and 47 injured, accordin (...)
08/29/2014
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CONSUMPTION

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Venezuelan Association of Supermarkets

"Fingerprint-reading machines will not make staples appear"

Rodríguez asserted that reselling staples has become a way to make a (...)
The plan is not to control sales, but to keep a record of what people buy over a 30-day period, in 20 items, Luis Rodríguez, Executive President of the Venezuelan Association of Supermarkets (ANSA) explained
11:59 AM
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OPINION

Excerpts of column "Runrunes" (Rumors) of Thursday, August 27

BANKRUPT COUNTRY. Apparently, there are no more excuses to prove that the plan of the Attila of the 21st Century, in military uniform or dressed as a Cuban militiaman, causing the destruction of Venezuela was well thought-out and not due to improvisation, inefficiency or corruption of outdated people who tried to "refresh" the failed communism of the (...)

05:50 AM
 | 

HYDROCARBONS

Pdvsa suspends export of diluted crude oil in October

Most of the diluted crude oil of Pdvsa is absorbed by Citgo (File photo)
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
 | 

DOSSIER

Sambil mall expropriated owners still hopeful

Protests around the mall demanding increased security are frequent (...)
Investors' hopes that their rights would be restored rekindled in the wake of the announcement by minister Ernesto Villegas that refugees living in Sambil La Candelaria shopping mall would be resettled
12:00 AM
 | 

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
 | 

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
 | 

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
12:00 AM
 | 

INTERVIEW

 | 

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"
 

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Is protest over?

That political protest in Venezuela has lost momentum seems pretty obvious: people are no longer building barricades to block off streets near Plaza Francia in Altamira (eastern Caracas), an anti-government stronghold; no new images have been shown of brave and dashing protesters with bandanna-covered faces clashing with the National Guard in San Cristóbal, in the western state of Táchira; and those who dreamed of a horde of "Gochos" (Tachirans) descending  in an avalanche to stir up revolt in Caracas have been left with no option but to wake up to reality.

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