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April 15, 2013


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We never get in depth reportage about Venezuelan economic issues, except for beyondbrics, which I do not feel is neutral. What do you think are critical issues likely to blow up Maduro's administration? My own collection of readings about Venezuelan economy suggests that Venezuela has many issues that are generally affecting the entirety of South America-slower growth, poor investment in energy infrastructure, bad trade and currency balance issues, etc. In a sense, I get the feeling that Argentina is in more immediate crisis. Brazil is more of a long term thing.

This is one of the most cogent critical analysis I've seen out of Venezuela.


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