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Cheap at the price

4 February 2019 By Martin Langfield

The oil-rich Latin American country resembles a failed state. It may need $80 billion in loans and investment if embattled President Maduro departs. At 2013 pumping levels and $50 a barrel, that’s two years’ output for state oil firm PDVSA. A U.S. invasion would be a mistake.

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