Criminal Differential: Learn Pan Flour Price in Colombia and Venezuela

One kilo of the precooked white corn flour produced by Empresas Polar and extensively used in Venezuela for “arepas”, and

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Why are There Queues for Gas in Venezuela

During the last few days there has been an appreciable increase in queues due to the reduction in the supply

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The Exchange Game of Thrones: Notes on the “end” of DICOM (I)

At this point in the situation of the country and economic policy, the best thing to do when understanding what

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Tales of Resistance: “So Much Work and Nothing to Show for It”

In the first installment of her monthly “Tales of Resistance” column, Jessica Dos Santos reflects on the upcoming Workers’ Day

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Lula on Venezuela: Error or “Economic War”?

By Víctor Hugo Majano The regrettable and brief statement by Lula about Venezuela (in his first interview after being jailed)

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Russia Outraged by US Sanctions Against Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza

The Federal Republic of Russia expressed its indignation on Friday over the unilateral sanctions imposed by the government of the

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Venezuelans: “We Want to Resolve our Problems by Ourselves”

“Why don’t you go to Venezuela and speak to people living there to find out what is really going on?”

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101 on Guaido’s Strikes of Public Employees

On March 5, 2019, Mr. Juan Guaidó, a deputy who claims to be the interim president of Venezuela, met with

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Notes From the Streets of Venezuela—The People Are Resilient in the Face of Foreign Intervention

“If the government falls, we will be evicted. We—the Black, the poor, the working class—will lose what we have”  

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“Accelerate the collapse”

The impact of US’s unilateral coercive measures amounts to US $34,000 million in losses.   By Pasqualina Curcio   In the

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Five US “Humanitarian Interventions” That Ended in Disgrace

Editorial note: From the first months of last year, this platform made a clamor about the serious consequences that military

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How Much of Venezuela’s Crisis is Really Maduro’s Fault?

There are several factors for Venezuela’s economic crisis, but you wouldn’t know it by listening to U.S. leaders or following

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In Táchira Hoarded Medication for Cancer Patients worth $ 113,980 and immense amounts of medical material

The Political Protector of Táchira State, Freddy Bernal, confirmed Wednesday night from Hospital “Patrocinio Peñuela Ruiz” Hospital in the city

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Regime Change for Profit: Chevron, Halliburton Cheer On US Venezuela Coup

If Guaidó comes to power and privatizes PDVSA, U.S. oil companies — with Chevron and Halliburton leading the pack —

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Guaido’s Coordinator of “Humanitarian Aid” Son of the General Director of Polar

Roberto Patiño, appointed by Juan Guaidó as coordinator of the volunteers who intend to distribute the “humanitarian aid”, is the

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