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ECONOMY

Fedecamaras advises Venezuelan gov't-business talks

Francisco Martínez, President of Fedecámaras, noted that excessive controls hamper supply of products (Fedecámaras Press Office)

ECONOMY.  The President of the he Venezuelan Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (Fedecámaras), Francisco Martínez, highlighted the need to engage in dialogue with the government on the grounds of "mutual recognition" between the parties.  

10:30 AM
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HEALTH CARE

Transplant patients in Venezuela hit by lack of medication

Lack of foreign currency is the cause of drug shortage (Nicola Rocco)
Essential drugs for the survival of transplant patients are not available
08/01/2015
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OPINION

Socialism has also arrived here!

"People wait under the shinning sun. Some of them are sat down, some (...)
The model brought from there, which late President Hugo Chávez endeavored to impose in Venezuela, patented the image of crowds queuing up to eat
08/01/2015
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HUMAN RIGHTS

Fear for words

AAbout nine people were arrested between August and October 2014 for (...)
At least 20 people have been arrested or are being criminally prosecuted for expressing opinions or disseminating information about issues that bother those in power, experts say
08/01/2015
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OPINION

Save-your-vote-lose-your-soul

The fact that some still insist on the fallacy of abstention remains an indecipherable mystery
08/01/2015
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OPINION

Ideology, facts and pragmatism

Late Venezuela's President Hugo Chávez and now Nicolás Maduro, as (...)
Matching the 21st Century socialism with pragmatism, as circumstances require
08/01/2015
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ELECTION 2015

Opposition needs 98 women; PSUV, 85, to meet electoral gender quotas

In the parliament vote on December 6, Venezuelans will choose 167 (...)
The Operation Manual of the National Electoral Council (CNE) establishes the guidelines to meet gender quotas
08/01/2015
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OPINION

Inflation and the Central Bank

Many bolivars trying to buy few goods translate into rising prices
07:57 PM
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BORDER DISPUTE

ExxonMobil withdraws oil drilling ship from the Essequibo

The oil drilling ship is now anchored in the Gulf of Mexico (Matuso/ (...)
The http://www.marinetraffic.com/ website posted a photograph and technical data of the Deepwater Champion, showing that it has been anchored in the Gulf of Mexico for a few days
03:56 PM
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BORDER DISPUTE

Guyana willing to hold talks with Venezuela

Carl Greenedige held an online press conference (Guyana’s Foreign (...)
For the time being, there is not formal agreement to launch dialogue between Venezuela President Nicolás Maduro and his Guyanese counterpart, David Granger
03:16 PM
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HYDROCARBONS

Venezuelan crude oil keeps on falling; hits USD 45.87

Venezuelan oil lost USD 10.48 in a month (File photo)
Between July 27-31, Venezuelan oil dropped USD 2.02, mainly due to concerns over economic slowdown in China, said the Minister of Petroleum and Mining
05:36 PM
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SUMMIT OF THE AMERICAS

Obama: "The US will not be imprisoned by the past" in the region

President Obama delivered a speech during the plenary meeting of the Summit of the Americas (Efe)
The President of the United States, Barack Obama, said on Saturday during the plenary meeting of the Seventh Summit of the Americas that his country "will not be imprisoned by the past" when it comes to relations with Cuba and the region. He stressed that if bilateral dialogue between his government and Cuba continued, there would be progress despite (...)
03:50 PM
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SUMMIT OF THE AMERICAS

President Maduro demands Obama to repeal his executive order on Venezuela

Most part of Maduro's speech was focused on disagreements with the US (...)
The President of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, during his speech in the plenary meeting of the Seventh Summit of the Americas, demanded his US counterpart, Barack Obama, to annul an executive order imposing sanctions on seven Venezuelan officials for alleged human rights abuses and corruption.
11:37 AM
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SUMMIT OF THE AMERICAS

Pope Francis asks for "sincere dialogue" in the Summit of the Americas

Pope Francis also referred to disparity of opportunities among (...)
Pope Francis said in a letter aired on Saturday by the Holy See and sent on Friday to Panamanian President Juan Carlos Varela that he he hoped the 7th Summit of the Americas constituted a "sincere dialogue" allowing to overcome differences and tackle "with realism" the problems in the continent, such as inequality or immigration, Efe reported.
12:00 AM
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HYDROCARBONS

Petrocaribe's influence threatened by US energy initiative

US President Barack Obama met with members of the Caribbean Community (...)
US President Barack Obama met on Thursday in Jamaica with the 15-member Caribbean Community (Caricom) to promote an energy project that, if implemented, could change geopolitical relations in Latin America.
09:52 AM
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ECONOMY

Fedecamaras advises Venezuelan gov't-business talks

Francisco Martínez, President of Fedecámaras, noted that excessive controls hamper supply of products (Fedecámaras Press Office)
The Venezuelan Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (Fedecámaras) insists that commitment and trust between the parties are needed
 

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Guyana, Venezuela at odds


ExxonMobil withdraws oil drilling ship from the Essequibo

BORDER DISPUTE The president of the Venezuelan Chapter of the Latin American Parliament (Parlatino), Ángel Rodríguez, said that the Venezuelan government welcomed that US oil company ExxonMobil had removed its oil drilling ship, the Deepwater Champion, from the waters off the Essequibo coast, which are disputed between Guyana and Venezuela.

Guyana willing to hold talks with Venezuela

BORDER DISPUTE The President of Guyana, David Granger, is willing to engage in dialogue with his Venezuelan counterpart, Nicolás Maduro, to find a solution to the territorial dispute over the waters off the Essequibo coast, according to Guyanese Minister of Foreign Affaires, Carl Greenidge, Efe reported.

Venezuela rejects "offensive" statements from Guyana

BORDER DISPUTE The Venezuelan government "categorically" rejected recent statements issued on Wednesday by the Guyanese Foreign Affair Minister, Carl Greenidge, who blasted Venezuela's claim over the disputed territory of the Essequibo.

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