Venezuela surpassed fifty percent in monthly inflation rates in 2017 and it has gone over that number many times since. But for the last seven months the monthly price increase has been lower. If it continues this way, it could declare itself hyperinflation free in January 2022. Will it do it with elections coming up?
A video game tied to cryptocurrency pays good money to those who are patient enough to spend many hours on it. But, how reliable is this alternate source of income?
Carlos Fernández Gallardo, the new president of Venezuela’s federation of business chambers, explains how the approach to the government was brokered and insists that the private sector can solve many of the population’s most urgent problems
Humiliation and submission, the government asks for nothing less from those who want to partake in a fantasy where they can carry on with business without being bothered. Watch out, it may be a scam
During the first quarter of the year, the Caracas stock market grew by 81.3% compared to the same period in 2020. Let's see what's happening
The almost extinct bolívar is about to experience its third metamorphosis in 13 years. It's unavoidable but most likely useless
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
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