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CARACAS, Tuesday September 27, 2011 | Update
 

LEGISLATIVE

Deputy Guerra: An autonomous central bank ensures low inflation

Deputy José Guerra, member of the Standing Finance Committee of the National Assembly (File photo)

LEGISLATIVE.  Deputy José Guerra, member of the Standing Finance Committee of the National Assembly, pointed out that the planned amendment of the Law of the Central Bank of Venezuela (BCV), seeks to restore the monetary powers of the body to lower inflation.  

05:31 PM
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SERVICES

Last dam built in Venezuela dates back to 1997

Pallota: The issue of water shortage will not be resolved through water supply cuts (File photo)
In reference to water shortage in the country, the head of Ecology and Environment Directorate of Miranda state government Evelyn Pallotta said relevant authorities adopt preventive measures when the emergency arises
05:05 PM
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DEBT

Uruguayan milk producers ask the gov't to settle Venezuela's debt

The debt Venezuela accrues to Uruguayan dairy producers amounts to (...)
Rodolfo Braga, the President of the National Association of Milk Producers (ANPL), explained that in a meeting with Uruguayan President Tabaré Vázquez, the association will ask the Uruguayan Executive Office to pay now the money Venezuela owes to dairy producers, so the governments of both countries can settle their accounts later
01:53 PM
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OPINION

Lifestyle in revolution

There are no vehicles, no spare parts, no food, no medicines, no dollars, just toy bolivars with no value except for the border

01:41 PM
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HEALTH

Malaria events shoot up to 136,402 in Venezuela

The disease has been described as an epidemic (Efe)
This is the highest number of malaria cases reported in the last 75 years in the country
11:50 AM
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OIL

Rosneft and Pdvsa ponder reducing investments

The International Energy Agency said it was "skeptical" about the (...)
The International Energy Agency (IEA) warned in its February oil market report that "persistent speculation about a deal between OPEC and leading non-OPEC producers to cut output appears to be just that: speculation"
10:54 AM
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NATIONAL ASSEMBLY

Parliament to discuss draft amnesty law this week

Ministers will submit their annual reports and accounts on February (...)
Several parliament committees are waiting for some government officials to appear in Congress after they failed to attend in the past few weeks
02/09/2016
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OPPOSITION

Mexican FM meets with López's relatives, calls to respect election results

Tintori and Mendoza discussed Venezuela's situation with FM Claudia (...)
Claudia Ruiz Massieu, Mexico's Minister of Foreign Affairs, voiced her concern over the economic situation in Venezuela
02/08/2016
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PRODUCTION

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Production law provides for incentives

Deputy Guerra advocates consensus to boost local production

The law on national production is also intended to simplify (...)
"The law will provide for a set of incentives for producers in fiscal and tax matters," explained José Guerra, Deputy for opposition coalition Unified Democratic Panel (MUD)
02/08/2016
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OIL

Oil prices decline after Venezuela-Saudi Arabia meeting

The International Energy Agency and the OPEC will present their (...)
The market is expecting a hearing of the President of the US Federal Reserve, Janet Yellen, before legislators on Wednesday, and also data on oil inventories to be disclosed by the US Energy Information Administration (EIA)
02/08/2016
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CRIME

Two soldiers, a civilian arrested over robbery of arsenal in Aragua state

The police explained that the civilian masterminded the robbery and managed to persuade the two military officers to let the criminals in the post from where 21 rifles, two pistols and 77 rifle chargers with 2,400 bullets were taken
03:10 PM
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BILATERAL TRADE

Agricultural exports from the US to Venezuela halted for two months

The Foreign Agricultural Service of the US Department of Agriculture reported zero agricultural exports to Venezuela on January 22-28 this year (File photo)
The US Department of Agriculture revealed that agricultural exports from the US to Venezuela have been halted for two months.
03:00 PM
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PRODUCTION

Polar's CEO: Make state-run companies available to the private sector

Lorenzo Mendoza feels that state-run companies are not profitable due (...)
"It is the other way around, Mr. President. State-run (manufacturing) plants are those which are not producing. Make them available to the private sector."
12:35 PM
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LIQUIDITY

Venezuela negotiates gold swap with German bank

The Central Bank of Venezuela (BCV) is negotiating with German investment bank Deutsche Bank swap operations of monetary gold to lift liquidity in the country on time to comply with heavy international commitments, two sources familiar with the operation told Reuters.
11:56 AM
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NATIONAL ASSEMBLY

National Assembly to discuss amendment of Central Bank law

Deputy Carlos Prosperi called for the establishment of a technical (...)
On Thursday's parliament meeting, the deputies decided to hold a debate in the following congress meeting about the provisions found in a draft bill to amend the Law of the Central Bank of Venezuela (BCV).
05:05 PM
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DEBT

Uruguayan milk producers ask the gov't to settle Venezuela's debt

The debt Venezuela accrues to Uruguayan dairy producers amounts to USD 80 million (File photo)
Rodolfo Braga, the President of the National Association of Milk Producers (ANPL), explained that in a meeting with Uruguayan President Tabaré Vázquez, the association will ask the Uruguayan Executive Office to pay now the money Venezuela owes to dairy producers, so the governments of both countries can settle their accounts later
04:43 PM
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LEGISLATIVE

Deputy Guerra: An autonomous central bank ensures low inflation

Deputy José Guerra, member of the Standing Finance Committee of the (...)
Opposition Deputy José Guerra said the authorities of the Central Bank of Venezuela (BCV) should be accountable, in order to ascertain proper use of their powers in terms of monetary policy
01:53 PM
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OPINION

Lifestyle in revolution

There are no vehicles, no spare parts, no food, no medicines, no dollars, just toy bolivars with no value except for the border

01:41 PM
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HEALTH

Malaria events shoot up to 136,402 in Venezuela

The disease has been described as an epidemic (Efe)
This is the highest number of malaria cases reported in the last 75 years in the country
01:13 PM
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POWER CRISIS

Cavececo: Only 50% of malls have power plants

Malls in Venezuela only represent 2.92% of national power consumption (...)
Cohen said that implementing Cavececo's proposal "would have less impact on our visitors"
11:50 AM
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OIL

Rosneft and Pdvsa ponder reducing investments

The International Energy Agency said it was "skeptical" about the (...)
The International Energy Agency (IEA) warned in its February oil market report that "persistent speculation about a deal between OPEC and leading non-OPEC producers to cut output appears to be just that: speculation"
10:54 AM
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NATIONAL ASSEMBLY

Parliament to discuss draft amnesty law this week

Ministers will submit their annual reports and accounts on February (...)
Several parliament committees are waiting for some government officials to appear in Congress after they failed to attend in the past few weeks
 

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