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CARACAS, Tuesday September 27, 2011 | Update
 

GOVERNMENT

Maduro: Biometric system is not meant to limit purchases

"It is a system to set us free from smugglers," Maduro commented (AVN)

GOVERNMENT.  The Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro asserted on Friday that the biometric system to be implemented in supermarkets is not intended to limit purchases, but to fight against smugglers.  

HEALTH

Health federation head: 97% of hospitals have only 2-4% of supplies

The president of the Venezuelan Health Federation denounces lack of supplies (TV screen capture)

HEALTH.  The president of the Venezuelan Health Federation, Douglas León Natera, claimed Venezuelans are dying amidst the lack of supplies in private and public hospitals across the country.  

12:00 AM
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DOSSIER

Is protest over?

Political protest has dwindled following heavy-handed official repression; yet social protest lives on, averaging out to about 15 protests per day. According to the Venezuelan Observatory of Social Conflict, the trend is towards an increase (EFE)
February and the ensuing few months saw a great upward surge in the slope of the protest curve, which has been steadily declining since its peak. Where did all that energy go? How did protest run out of steam?
12:00 AM
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ANALYSIS

Ecoanalítica: Maduro ponders three proposals of economic adjustments

According to Ecoanalítica, the economy vice-president has so far (...)
The economic research firm claims the economy vice-president, the executive vice-president, and the president of the Central Bank of Venezuela have different proposals
12:00 AM
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INTERVIEW

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Interview with orchestra conductor Diego Matheuz

"We are polarized and need to communicate one with another"

Diego Matheuz remarks that the National System of Orchestras has (...)
"Respect is absent on both sides when, as a matter of fact, we need to listen to each other." "I am committed to my country, Master Abreu, musicians, and the children of the System of Orchestras"
12:00 AM
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FINANCE

Foreign debt maturity puts pressure on Venezuelan public accounts

The figures of the central bank show Venezuelan repaid USD 7 billion (...)
USD 6 billion is expected to be paid in October-December
12:00 AM
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OPINION

I'm a Rolex

Anti-politics is hostile, willful, extravagant, has its own 14th-century knightly vision"
12:00 AM
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TRADE

Border shutdown does not solve smuggling, analysts say

A gallon of gasoline in Colombia is 60-fold higher than the price in (...)
Analysts claim that economic and social measures are lacking
08/22/2014
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FINANCE

Dissenter deputy: Venezuela's 2014 budget up 51%

Most additional credits are used to pay labor liabilities (File (...)
Opposition deputy Elías Matta, member of the Finance Committee at the Venezuelan National Assembly (AN) remembered that the national budget for 2014 stood at over VEB 552 billion (USD 87.61 billion), but including additional credits passed throughout the year, it already totals VEB 832 billion (USD 132.06 billion)
08/22/2014
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CAR INDUSTRY

Venezuelan government meets with car and spare parts manufacturers

Between January and July, only 7,023 cars were assembled (File photo)
Production levels and plans for the industry were analyzed
08/22/2014
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FINANCE

Venezuelan state-run bank to lend Pdvsa USD 190.7 million

The state oil company is engaged in sugar cane production in (...)
The funds will be allocated to agro-industrial complex Cedca
08/22/2014
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BORDER ISSUES

Colombia-Venezuela parliamentary summit on border closure next week

Márquez stressed that the Venezuelan government's move harms lawful (...)
Venezuelan and Colombian legislators have informed they would convene national and state deputies, and city counselors from different municipalities, departments and border states in order to discuss a common stance on the closure of the Colombia-Venezuela border
05:58 PM
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GOVERNMENT

Maduro: Biometric system is not meant to limit purchases

“It is a system to set us free from smugglers,” Maduro commented (TV screen capture)
The Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro asserted on Friday that the biometric system to be implemented in supermarkets is not intended to limit purchases, but to fight against smugglers.
04:12 PM
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HEALTH

Health federation head: 97% of hospitals have only 2-4% of supplies

The president of the Venezuelan Health Federation denounces lack of (...)
The president of the Venezuelan Health Federation, Douglas León Natera, claimed Venezuelans are dying amidst the lack of supplies in private and public hospitals across the country.
01:46 PM
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HYDROCARBONS

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New drop

Venezuelan oil basket ends at USD 90.89 per barrel

Since July, oil prices have faced a downward trend (File photo)
Venezuelan oil basket ends at USD 90.89 per barrel, lowering USD 1.06 with respect to last week, the Ministry of Petroleum and Mining informed.
10:41 AM
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TRADE

Tracking codes to regulate trade of all goods in Venezuela

Although the tracking code system has failed to halt smuggling of (...)
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro has announced the expansion of the tracking code system to control the distribution of all products sold in the market.
09:56 AM
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BORDER ISSUES

Colombia-Venezuela parliamentary summit on border closure next week

Márquez stressed that the Venezuelan government's move harms lawful (...)
Venezuelan and Colombia lawmakers and city councilors from border municipalities will hold next August 27 in Cúcuta, Norte de Santander Department, Colombia, a Bilateral Parliamentary Summit on the temporary closure of the bridges on the Venezuela-Colombia border.
12:00 AM
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OPINION

I'm a Rolex

Anti-politics is hostile, willful, extravagant, has its own 14th-century knightly vision"
 

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