The Petro: Three Sides of a Coin

By Pasqualina Curcio Equivalent to a barrel of oil, the petro emerged at the end of 2017 in response to

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Why is Inflation Slowing Down in Venezuela Despite Economic Crisis?

The Central Bank of Venezuela (BCV) broke this week the silence on the main economic indicators of the South American

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Central Bank of Venezuela Finally Publishes Economic Data for the Last 3 Years

After three years without providing economic indicators, on May 28 the Central Bank of Venezuela (www.bcv.org.ve) published inflation figures in

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Pasqualina Curcio: “Hyperinflation is a Powerful Imperialist Weapon”

Much is made in the media of Venezuela’s deep economic crisis. But why does Venezuela have the world’s highest inflation

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Fueling the Venezuelan Economy: A Conversation with Luis Salas (Part II)

Former Venezuelan Vice President for Productive Economy Luis Salas is part of the 15 y Ultimo collective. A committed researcher

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Bolivar – Gold

By Pasqualina Curcio Just a year ago, in this same column, we proposed to anchor the bolivar to gold with

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Pasqualina Curcio: “Imperialism Does Not Understand the Resistance of the Venezuelan People” (Interview)

Each time the imperial economic attack intensifies against Venezuela, many glances are directed, by way of consultation, towards the economist

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End of Hyperinflation: Good News?

On Wednesday, April 10, an event occurred that for many has gone unnoticed: the National Assembly (NA) announced the end

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Currency Exchange Stability and Falling Prices: What is Happening? (Interbanex III)

by Luis Salas In the last weeks, very important things have been happening in the economic field. And when I

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Venezuela Rewards it Agressors

Treaties against Double Taxation What should be our policies towards states that threaten or attack us? With proverbial generosity, Venezuela

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Schemel to Maduro: There can not be More Delays

The president of the polling firm Hinterlaces and also Constituent, Oscar Schémel, urged on Sunday, January 27, the president Nicolás

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Bolivia Lowers its External Debt to Historic Levels

With the administration of Evo Morales, Bolivia becomes a benchmark in the region, for its economic growth and decrease in

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The Program “Together Everything is Possible” that Rehabilitated the Streets of Caracas will be Extended to 50 Other Cities

The president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, announced on Monday the creation of the Mission “Venezuela Bella”, which will be articulated

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Elias Jaua: “It’s Impossible to Preserve the Independence if the Mafia that Dominated the Economy is Not Dismantled”

Elías Jaua Milano has held numerous responsibilities both in the government of Commander Hugo Chávez and of Nicolás Maduro. A

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President Maduro sets a Minimum salary of Bs. 18,000 and a Value of Petro’s in Bs. 36,000

During his speech before the National Constituent Assembly on Monday, Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro announced the establishment of the Petro

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