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By Andrew Cawthorne CARACAS (Reuters) - President Nicolas Maduro's government said on Thursday it had taken over warehouses around Venezuela crammed with medical goods and food that "bourgeois criminals" were hoarding for speculation and contraband. The socialist government says businessmen and wealthy opponents are trying to sabotage the economy to bring Maduro down, while also seeking to make ...
State-run Petroecuador, Ecopetrol from Colombia, PDVSA from Venezuela and Jamaica's Petrojam have ramped up tenders this month to buy fuels on the open market amidst planned work at some refineries, while ...
Venezuela may have won a seat on the UN Security Council , but President Nicolas Maduro doesn’t have much else to be happy about these days. The Venezuelan leader lashed out at news agency Reuters this week for what he said was a “campaign to destroy Venezuela.”
Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA plans to invest $20 billion to expand its domestic refining capacity by 20 percent, a company official said on Wednesday, without providing a time frame for when the investments would take place. Refining chief Jesus Luongo said PDVSA would add 265,000 barrels per day (bpd) of refining capacity to the current 1.3 million bpd.
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The $8.9 million funding round marks the British venture capital firm’s first investment outside Europe, the United States and Israel and is the first of several investments it anticipates in Latin America.
The share offering is part of the company’s merger plans with Portugal Telecom.
While it is unclear whether the F.B.I. ordered the attacks by Hector Xavier Monsegur, the agency may have used hackers to gather intelligence even as investigators were trying to dismantle hacking groups.
Scout Tufankjian has been traveling the world photographing Armenian communities large and small, where traditions endure amid diversity.
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The US returns about 20 ancient Peruvian artefacts - some more than 1,800 years old - that had been looted from pro-Columbian graves.
Peru's announcement of a fresh round of investor meetings has set off speculation that the sovereign may be plotting a return to the international capital markets after a two-year absence. The country, rated A3/BBB+/BBB+, has hired Bank of America Merrill Lynch, BBVA and Morgan Stanley to arrange meetings in the US and Europe, according to sources close to the situation. "It could be just ...
22 Bold Ideas Seeking to Solve Health Problems in Peru Receive Funding From CONCYTEC and Grand Challenges CanadaPublished On 23 Oct 2014
CONCYTEC and Grand Challenges Canada today announced $2.2 million CAD in grants for 22 Bold Ideas from innovators based in Peru, seeking to find solutions for major health problems.
The Republic of Peru, rated A3/BBB+/BBB+, has hired Bank of America Merrill Lynch, BBVA and Morgan Stanley to arrange a investor meetings in the US and Europe, according to a source close to the situation. Peru has shied away from dollar transactions in recent years as it tries to increase its reliance on the local market in soles.