Venezuela

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    Kimberly-Clark plans to shut down operations in Venezuela due to the worsening economy, ...
  2. Economic Crisis Intensifies in Venezuela

    Shortages of basic necessities have led to social unrest in Venezuela's flailing ...
  3. Venezuela Economics: 4 Reasons Why This Country ...

    Find out the reasons behind Venezuela's economic woes and why many economists believe ...
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    Discover which countries have the largest oil reservoirs and which countries produce ...
  5. The 10 Riskiest Emerging Market Economies

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  6. Who Benefits (And Loses) From Increasing Oil ...

    With OPEC expected to continue the oversupply of oil, there will be winners and losers ...
  1. Kimberly-Clark Exiting Venezuela Operations ...

    Kimberly-Clark plans to shut down operations in Venezuela due to the worsening economy, ...
  2. Left Wing Populism Loses its Credibility in Venezuela

    Venezuela's election breaks with nearly two decades of Chávez's economic agenda.
  3. Procter & Gamble Restructures, Sheds 100 Brands ...

    All businesses face adversity, and Procter & Gamble is no exception. We take a look ...
  4. Oil Is Cheaper Than Bread In Venezuela...The ...

    Venezuela is floundering, and the story has more to do with just the falling price ...
  5. Countries With The Highest & Lowest Corporate ...

    The United States is No. 2 in the world for its high corporate tax rate. There are ...
  1. How does the price of oil affect Venezuela's economy?

    Learn how the price of oil has a direct relationship with Venezuela's economy. High oil prices result in good times for the ...
  2. What developed countries have the greatest exposure to oil & gas drilling?

    Find out which countries have the largest proven reserves of oil and gas, and learn how the energy landscape has changed ...
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