Chávez forced PDVSA back into a tight political control and statism. Now, Maduro’s trying to get the company on its feet again with the opposite approach. How far can he walk that path?
NGO INRAV is working on convincing Congress to create a fund and freeze the Venezuelan resources obtained through corruption and embezzlement, using the VERDAD Act
While chavismo insists on looking for solutions to the cash shortage that in the short run worsen the economic crisis, the private sector gets smart
The collapse of public healthcare and medical supplies production are two of the main elements which lead in how costs pile up in the private health sector
Now that we left 2020 behind, we can see how oil production in “the country with the biggest reserves on Earth” has fallen during the Maduro years, according to OPEC
As the economy turned to an informal dollarization, there isn’t enough cash or a proper solution to protect the meager buying power of customers
All Venezuelans today, regardless of the currency they handle, are suffering the effects of an imploding economy that displays just how fragile the “privileged” bubbles truly are
The decision of renewing the license that would save the company from falling into the hands of its creditors depends on one man. That man has his mind on other issues, and his name is Donald Trump
Venezuela's legal framework around cryptocurrencies remains full of gaps, allowing corruption to rule over the supposed legality that seems to exist today
The “Anti-Blockade Constitutional Law for National Development and Guarantee of Human Rights” was finally published in the Official Gazette. How does it serve the regime and how does it affect Venezuela?
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