Venezuela Sucking up Chinese Cash

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    you would think a revolutionary would know revolutionaries cant be trusted ..........
    Venezuela: China's Sinopec sues oil company PDVSA over unpaid bills
    Venezuela and PDVSA owe more than $60 billion just to bondholders. In total, the country owes $196 billion, according to a paper published by the Harvard Law Roundtable.

    China's state banks loaned $60 billion to Venezuela between 2007 and 2016, and the lawsuit is just the latest sign that Beijing is growing impatient with the embattled South American country.

    Sinopec doesn't hold back in its complaint, slamming PDVSA for its "disingenuous nature [and] feigned promises to make full payment."
     
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    So past leeway......over the Falls in freefalll
     
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    Venezuela's massive currency devaluation is a 'scam'...
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    Venezuela's massive currency devaluation is a 'scam' — and does 'nothing' to ease its economic crisis, analysts say



    • 20 Aug.`18 - In a radical attempt to end a prolonged period of economic turmoil in the oil-rich, but cash-poor nation, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro announced Friday that his socialist administration would issue new banknotes after lopping five zeroes off the beleaguered bolivar.
      [*]"I want the country to recover and I have the formula. Trust me," Maduro said in a speech broadcast on state television Friday evening.
      [*]The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has predicted inflation in the country will exceed 1 million percent this year.

     
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    Aug. 19, 2018 — Residents of a border town in northern Brazil that has become a main entry point for Venezuelans seeking refuge destroyed migrant camps over the weekend in one of the most dramatic instances of a backlash to the Venezuelans’ growing presence there.


     

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