In a bizarre, rambling address, President Maduro announced a genuinely weird, heterodox economic adjustment that left Venezuelans at a loss for words.
WSJ’s Anatoly Kurmanaev Wrote a Moving Farewell Piece about the Oil and the People in Lake Maracaibo
The Wall Street Journal correspondent is leaving the country after five years. His last story from Venezuela is about the collapse of the oil industry in Lake Maracaibo and what it means for oil workers there. He says he’ll miss the Venezuelan people, just not as much as we’ll miss him.
PDVSA’s financial statements for 2016 are in, and it’s all sorts of fun — if you’re into suffering and crying.
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