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BBC News: Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro defends Clorox seizure

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has defended the seizure of a factory owned by US-based company Clorox. "Socialist formula: any company that's abandoned will be taken over by the working class," Mr Maduro said. Cleaning products maker Clorox ...

Wall Street Journal: Venezuela's Currency Hits New Low

Venezuela's 100-bolivar bill is currently worth just $1 on the country's black market, where many Venezuelans go to get greenbacks and which businesses use as a pricing reference. The currency's plunge is a signal of mounting economic distress ...

New York Times: As Catholic Church Seeks Proof, Venezuela Sees a Saint

ISNOTÚ, VenezuelaVenezuela needs a miracle. Preferably two. But this is not about finding a way to reconcile the country's bitterly divided politics or fix its crippled economy. It is about something more spiritual. The Roman Catholic Church here ...

Bloomberg: New Cars for the Army as Venezuelans Line Up for Food

There is one general for every 34 servicemen in Venezuela, compared with one for 1,490 servicemen in the U.S., based on the latest figures from the countries' ministries of defense. Spokesmen for the Defense Ministry, the Venezuelan Armed Forces, the ...

Bloomberg: Venezuela Plans to Reopen Sites Clorox Quit Citing Price Freezes

Clorox, which sells products from bleach to salad dressing, said this week it would immediately halt operations in Venezuela and try to sell its assets there, after inflation and government-mandated price freezes made the business unprofitable. The ...

Wall Street Journal: Clorox Questions Safety After Venezuelan Takeover

based Clorox, which had three manufacturing plants in Venezuela, said on Sept. 22 that it was exiting the country and looking to sell its assets. The company, which manufactures bleach and other cleaning liquids and disinfectants here, argued that for ...

Cato Institute (blog): Venezuela: A Military Regime

Bloomberg has a story today on the many perks that the Venezuelan army enjoys vis-à-vis the downtrodden civilian population. Whereas a regular Venezuelan has to line up for hours to get basic goods (when they are available), officers enjoy privileged ...

Bloomberg: The Perks of Being a Venezuelan Soldier

Sept. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Venezuela's national parade ground at the Fort Tiuna military base presents a scene that local civilians can only dream of -- stalls laden with goods and no waiting lines. Katia Porzecanski has more on "Bottom Line." (Source: ...

Worldwide Trending Topic Venezuela Blogs

    
    • U.S. Media Calls for Preventing Venezuela from UN Security ...

      Peter Hart - 29/09/2014 11:56Next month Venezuela will stand for a seat on the UN Security Council, where it would be able to advocate for allies such as Syria, Iran and Cuba. Though unopposed, the Maduro government must win the votes of two-thirds ... more »

    • Grocery Shopping in Venezuela Will Require Your ...

      Amanda Arnold - 25/08/2014 14:01Food shortages are no stranger to Venezuela. Despite the fact the country is rich in oil and other natural resources, and has had a generally strong growth over the past several decades, Venezuela is currently in the midst of ... more »

    • Venezuela's "21st Century Socialism": Food Lines For The ...

      Tyler Durden - 29/09/2014 21:33"Food lines are part of our daily existence," exclaims one member of the Venezuelan public, as people line up for hours outside state-owned supermarkets to buy regulated staple goods, or, as Bloomberg reports, pay three ... more »

    • Venezuela announces 'temporary occupation' of US firm ...

      unknown - 27/09/2014 02:19Caracas (AFP) - The Venezuelan government announced it was temporarily taking control of a Clorox factory, after the US-based firm said this week it was leaving the country and selling its assets. Vice President Jorge ... more »

    • Lord's Prayer to Hugo Chávez angers Catholic church in ...

      Reuters in Caracas - 04/09/2014 20:44Venezuela's Roman Catholic church has admonished the ruling Socialist party for rewriting the Lord's Prayer into an ode to its beloved late leader Hugo Chávez. “The Lord's Prayer, the typical prayer for Christians around the ... more »

    • Latin American Herald Tribune - Venezuela Oil Price Falls ...

      unknown - 27/09/2014 21:39Venezuela's Ministry of Energy and Petroleum reports that the average price of Venezuelan crude sold by Petroleos de Venezuela S.A. (PDVSA) during the week ending September 26 fell to its lowest price since January of 2011. The Latin ... more »

    • Venezuela's bolívar “fuerte” keeps wilting – beyondbrics ...

      Andres Schipani - 29/09/2014 15:12Venezuela's black market foreign exchange rate, the innombrable – or unmentionable in Spanish – broke the supersonic barrier of a 100 bolívares per dollar on Friday afternoon. Amid the country's deepening malaise, the fall ... more »

    • Clorox bids Venezuela farewell to Cramer's delight

      unknown - 22/09/2014 09:41That Clorox plans to exit the Venezuelan market might be a boon for the home cleaning products maker, says CNBC's Jim Cramer. more »




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