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On the border between Brazil and Venezuela, if you don't want to wait on the long gas station lines, you can fill up your t

Venezuelan Voices, Part I: An Economic Spiral

As international media plays its favorite old game of lambasting the Venezuelan government, long-time observers of the Bolivarian process may be wondering how much truth lies in the prime-time reports depicting empty shelves, long lines and charts showing catastrophic inflation. How precarious is Venezuela’s current economy and, more importantly, how much are the effects of this felt by the Venezuelan people?

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Venezuela in images

Chocolate, a "Tool for Liberation" in Venezuela - A chocolate fair in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the SENIAT, organised by the Our Land Foundation, a non profit organization which works with a number of chocolate cooperatives, collectives and small enterprises

Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro has proposed a series of major reforms to the economy, state and party in the hope of settin

Planned Reforms May Determine Survival of Venezuela’s Bolivarian Project

The administration of President Nicolas Maduro faces a set of adverse conditions which have the potential to turn a majority of the country’s citizens against the incumbent government at the next election. In this context, there is perhaps more riding on economic and state reforms currently being designed than first meets the eye.

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Economic Indicators

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This CEPR has written various reports on the situation of the venezuelan economy. Read them here