What would Simón do?

16 February 2016 By Martin Langfield

The Andean nation’s effort to boost its crude income via a production deal with Saudi and Russia is a desperate play to hold the economy together. So is naming a somewhat less radical economy czar. Moderates might try to temper the worst, but the Bolivarian revolution is dead.

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