Electric and hybrid cars, and some electric motorcycles, are being imported or assembled in the country, an advantage in the face of the fuel shortage. But how many Venezuelans can really afford one?
Many transnational companies fled the country, others are still trying to sell their assets to local capital, and there are those who decided to stay and adapt
The Venezuelan Central Bank started publishing some numbers after years of total opacity, and some foreign institutions are projecting growth that to Venezuelans seems otherwordly
Hiking prices of gas and food in the countries home to our migrants, where the global inflation is already cutting expenses, will compromise the amounts of economic to send to Venezuela
Business leaders and economists warn that punishing transactions in USD, as the Maduro government is preparing to do, can reignite inflation and increase informality
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