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Venezuela hit hard by falling oil prices   

Plunging oil prices are hurting Venezuela's economy. CNN's Rafael Romo reports.


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When it comes to oil, Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro talks a big game.

“Venezuela has the largest oil reserve on planet Earth” the socialist President boasted earlier this year. But the mineral wealth hasn’t led to economic richness in this South African economy. 200 wild per se looked at PDVSA, Venezuela government-run oil company, is barely chugging along after years of policies implemented by the late Hugo Chavez.

PDVSA used to be the crown jewel in Venezuela economy. But since Chavez came to power in 1999, there’s been tremendous mismanagement, tremendous corruption and lack of investment.

Larger market forces are also at play. Oil accounts for 96% of export revenues in Venezuela. Shifter says “the global collapse of oil prices has Venezuela running on fumes”.

How much of this problem has to do with the fact that oil prices have gone down so much? How much is it just about the mismanagement and corruption?

I think the oil prices clearly have made the situation much worse. But it doesn’t solve the fundamental underlying problem which is mismanagement, widespread corruption.

Then there is an issue of subsidies. Venezuela spent less than 1 cent to fill up. The government is picking up the tap to extract refine process and transport the fuel.

It’s not clear exactly how much this costs. But Petroleos estimates range from 12 to 25 billion dollars a year.

Ask what else he can buy with what he pays for gas.

This man in --- says “absolutely nothing, not even a piece of candy”.

All of this adds up to a troubling picture both at home and for Venezuela’s export market like the United States.

Given the situation that exists down in Venezuela, which is one of our suppliers with a very uncertain leadership and a country there in terms of reliance, it is our best interests to shrink our position.

During his last Sate of the Union Address, President Maduro admitted the sagging oil prices have dealt a blow to his economic plans, but he still tries to give his fellow Venezuelans some hope.

“God will provide” Maduro says.
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[Homework]2015-08-24&08-26 原油暴跌 委内瑞拉违约概率创新高

When it comes to oil, Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro talks a big game.

“Venezuela has the largest oil reserve on planet Earth” the socialist President boasted earlier this year. But the mineral wealth hasn’t led to economic richness in this South African economy.


Too wonder, think why, expert says, looked at PDVSA, Venezuela government-run oil company, is barely chugging along after years of socialist policies implemented by the late Hugo Chavez.

PDVSA used to be the crown jewel in Venezuela economy. But since Chavez came to power in 1999, there’s been tremendous mismanagement, tremendous corruption and lack of investment.

Larger market forces are also at play. Oil accounts for 96% of export revenues in Venezuela. Shifter says “the global collapse of oil prices has Venezuela running on fumes”.

How much of this problem has to do with the fact that oil prices have gone down so much? How much is it just about the mismanagement and corruption?

I think the oil prices clearly have made the situation much worse. But it doesn’t solve the fundamental underlying problem which is one of mismanagement, widespread corruption.

Then there is an issue of subsidies. Venezuela spent less than 1 cent to fill up. The government is picking up the tap to extract refine process and transport the fuel.

It’s not clear exactly how much this costs. But Petroleos estimates range from 12 to 25 billion dollars a year.

Ask what else he can buy with what he pays for gas.

This man in --- says “absolutely nothing, not even a piece of candy”.

All of this adds up to a troubling picture both at home and for Venezuela’s export market like the United States.

Given the situation that exists down in Venezuela, which is one of our suppliers with a very uncertain leadership and a country there in terms of reliance on that, it is our best interests to shrink our position.

During his last Sate of the Union Address, President Maduro admitted the sagging oil prices have dealt a blow to his economic plans, but he still tries to give his fellow Venezuelans some hope.

“God will provide” Maduro says.
                                                   

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When it comes to oil, Venezuela president Nicolas Maduro talks a big game. Venezuela has the largest oil reserve on planet earth, the socialist president boasted earlier this year. But the mineral wealth hasn’t led to economic riches in this South American economy. To understand why, at first, say, look at the Petroleos. Then the Venezuela’ government run oil company is barely charging along after years of the socialist policies, implemented by the late Hugo Chaves. Petroleos used to be the crown jewel in the Vensusal’s economy, but since Chaves came to power in 1999, there’s been tremendous mismanagement and tremendous corruption and lack of investment. And larger market forces are also at play . Oil accounts for 96% of export revenues in Venezuela. And Shifter says, the global collapse of oil prices has the Venezuela running on fumes. How much of this problem has to do with the fact oil prices have gone down so much. And how much is it, just about this mismanagement and corruption.
I think oil prices have clearly made situation much worse. But it doesn’t solve the fundamental underline problem which is one of mismanagement and widespread corruption. And then there is the issue of subsidies. Venezuela has paid less than 1 cent to fill up and transport the fuel. It’s not clear how much this costs and Petroleos estimates that range from 12 to 25 billion dollars a year. Ask what else he can buy with what he pays for gas.
This man in Caracas said, absolutely nothing, not even a piece of candy. All of this adds up to a troubling picture both at home and for Venezuela’s export market like the United States. Given the situation that exists down in Venezuela which is one of our suppliers, which is very uncertain, leadership and a country there, in terms of reliance on that, it is our best interest to strengthen our position.
During his last statement in Union address, president Madodo admitted the sagging oil prices has dealt a blow to his economic plan, but he still gave his fellow Venezuelans some hope. God will provide, Maduro said
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When it comes to oil, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro talks a big game.

“Venezuela has the largest oil reserve on planet earth,” the socialist president boasted earlier this year. But the mineral wealth hasn’t led to economic riches in this South American economy. To understand why, experts say, look at Pdvsa. The Venezuelan government-run oil company is barely chugging along after years of socialist policies implemented by the late Hugo Chavez.

“Pdvsa used to be the crown jewel in the Venezuela economy, but since Chavez came to power in 1999, there’s been tremendous mismanagement, tremendous corruption and lack of investment.”

Larger market forces are also at play. Oil accounts for 96% of export revenues in Venezuela. And Shifter says the global collapse of oil prices has Venezuela running on fumes.

“How much of this problem has to do with the effect that the oil prices have gone down so much? And how much is it just about the mismanagement of corruption?”

“I think the oil prices clearly have made the situation much worse. But it doesn’t solve the fundamental underlying problem which is one of mismanagement, of wide-spread corruption.”

“And then there is the issue of subsidies. Venezuela spent less than 1% to fill up, the government picking up the tab to extract refine process and transport the fuel. It’s not clear exactly how much this costs, but X estimates its range from 12 and 25 billion dollars a year.”

Asked what else he can buy with what he pays for gas, this man in Cadillac says “absolutely nothing, not even a piece of candy”.

All of this adds up to a troubling picture both at home and for Venezuela’s export market like the United States.

“Given the situation that exists down in Venezuela which is one of our suppliers with a very uncertain leadership, and a country there in terms of reliance on that, it is in our best interest to shrink our position.”

During his last State of the Union address, President Maduro admitted the sagging oil prices have dealt a blow to his economic plans, but he still tried to give his fellow Venezuelans some hope.

“God will provide,” Maduro said.

Rafael Romo, CNN.

[Homework]2015-08-24&08-26 原油暴跌 委内瑞拉违约概率创新高

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PDVSA used to be the crown jewel in the Venezuela economy, but since theV came to power in 1999, there's been tremendous mismanagement, tremendouscorruption and lack of investment.
Large of market forces are also at play, oil accounts for 96% export revenue in Venezuela. S says  the global lollapes of  oil price has Venezuela running on fumes
How much this problem has to do with the fact the oil have gone down so much? And how much is it just about the mismanagement and corruption?
I think the oil prices clearly have made the situation much worse, but it doesn't solve the fundamental underlying problem which is one of mismanagement, the widespread corruption.
And there is an issue of subsides, Venezuela spent less than one cent to fill up. The government is picking up the tap to extract refine process and transport the fuel.
It's not clear exactly how much this costs. But P estimates range from 12 and 25 billion dollars a year. Ask what else he can buy with what he pays for gas.
This man says absolutely nothing not even a piece of candy, all of this adds up to a troubling picture both at home and for Venezuela's export market like the United States.
Given the situation that // down in Venezuela, which is one of our suppliers with a very uncertain leadership and a country there in terms of reliance on there, it's our best interest to shrink our position.
During his last Sate of United address, president M admitted the sagging oil prices have dealt a blow to his economic plan, but he still trying to his fellow Venezuelans some hope.
God will provide M said.








                                                   
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[Homework]2015-08-24&08-26 原油暴跌 委内瑞拉违约概率创新高

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