Caracas, Venezuela Newswire (Page 9)

Caracas, Venezuela Newswire (Page 9)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Caracas, Venezuela. (Page 9)

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  1. Concern for the Venezuelan people, who are much like usRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 11 | Denver Post

    A supporter of the opposition's candidate for governor for the state of Miranda, Carlos Ocariz, shows her dejection as he speaks during a press conference in Caracas, Venezuela, on Oct. 16, a day after Venezuela held regional elections. Venezuela's opposition Democratic Union Roundtable said it rejected the results of the country's closely watched regional elections after official results showed a landslide win for President Nicolas Maduro's socialists.

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  2. Beauty Queen 2017 Chosen in VenezuelaRead the original story

    Saturday Nov 11 | PressReleasePoint

    Miss Venezuela 2016 Keysi Sayago crowns Miss Delta Amacuro, Sthefany Gutierrez, after she won the Miss Venezuela 2017 pageant in Caracas, Venezuela November 9, 2017. Sthefany Gutierrez, an 18-year-old law student who admires the legendary actress Audrey Hepburn, was crowned Miss Venezuela 2017 on Thursday, the biggest beauty contest in the Latin American country's entertainment calendar.

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  3. Venezuela's misery could worsen with debt defaultRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 11 | Jamaica Observer

    Luber Faneitte has lung cancer but there's no medicine to treat it. She cannot make ends meet.

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  4. Hispanic Heritage concert to feature Jorge Orta y su Orquesta Tumbak , honor Tejano king Luz GarzaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 11 | The Countywide

    ... countries have much experience with the salsa and tropical music genre. Band director Orta, a native of Caracas, Venezuela, has performed with many renowned artists such as Celia Cruz, Pete "Conde" Rodriguez, Mimi Ibarra, Viti Ruiz, Ismael Miranda, ...

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  5. The cost of Saudi Arabia's purgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 11 | Al Jazeera

    Dozens of Saudi Arabian royals, ministers and businessmen have been detained in an anti-corruption probe , which is seen as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman consolidating his power while alarming much of the traditional business establishment. Fitch credit rating agency said the crackdown on the Kingdom's elite could bring a backlash and create political uncertainty in an already volatile region.

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  6. Creditors push back Venezuela default decisionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 10 | Yahoo!

    Decision day on a looming Venezuelan default was pushed back Friday after a committee of creditors postponed a ruling on whether state oil company PDVSA had officially defaulted on its debt repayments. The creditors, represented by 15 financial firms at a meeting in New York, agreed to meet again on Monday -- the same day President Nicolas Maduro has summoned creditors to Caracas to discuss rescheduling Venezuela's massive $150 billion debt.

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  7. Top CAL workers unqualified for jobsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 10 | Trinidad Guardian

    ... the required qualifications. There is also the inability to repatriate revenue earned by the airline in Caracas, Venezuela Adding to CAL's financial burden is the Tobago air bridge fare, which is below commercial market value. The approximately $41 ...

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  8. Wonders Of Socialism: Venezuelan Kids Turn To Prostitution for FoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 10 | Townhall

    I don't think the late Hugo Chavez was expecting 21st Century Socialism to bring his country to the brink of economic disaster , some could argue its already there. For over a year, the Latin American nation, which at one time was one the region's richest nations, has reached a level of destitution that's so bad it can no longer feed its people.

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  9. Venezuelan Debt Crisis Widens, With Power Company in DefaultRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 10 | The New York Times

    The announcement of the country's first bond default came three days before the government was to begin talks with investors to refinance and restructure more than half of its $120 billion in debt. "This is the first drizzle in a huge thunderstorm," said Jose L. Valera, an international energy lawyer in the Houston office of the Mayer Brown law firm.

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  10. Creditors delay decision on Venezuela debt defaultRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 10 | South China Morning Post

    Decision day on a looming Venezuelan default was pushed back on Friday after a committee of creditors postponed a ruling on whether state oil company PDVSA had officially defaulted on its debt repayments. The creditors, represented by 15 financial firms at a meeting in New York, agreed to meet again on Monday - the same day President Nicolas Maduro has summoned creditors to Caracas to discuss rescheduling Venezuela's massive US$150 billion debt.

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  11. UPDATE 3-Venezuela bonds rally ahead of Monday creditors meetingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 10 | Reuters

    Venezuelan debt prices surged on Friday as efforts by President Nicolas Maduro's government to keep current on its obligations fueled optimism ahead of a Caracas meeting aimed at starting to restructure the country's $60 billion in bonds. The cash-strapped OPEC nation's move last week to summon bondholders to debt talks roiled investors, who remain concerned about the government's ability to restructure amid U.S. sanctions that effectively bar U.S. banks from rolling over the country's debt into new bonds.

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  12. Led by an accused drug kingpin amid U.S. sanctions, are Venezuela debt talks doomed?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 10 | The Miami Herald

    Nicolas Maduro, Venezuela's president waves to attendees while accompanied by Tareck El Aissami, Venezuela's vice president, before the start of his annual address at the Supreme Court in Caracas, Venezuela, on Jan. 15, 2017. Nicolas Maduro, Venezuela's president waves to attendees while accompanied by Tareck El Aissami, Venezuela's vice president, before the start of his annual address at the Supreme Court in Caracas, Venezuela, on Jan. 15, 2017.

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  13. ISDA to reconvene over Venezuela's PDVSA bond on MondayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 10 | Reuters

    A committee of derivatives industry group ISDA will reconvene on Monday to discuss whether Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA has triggered a credit event through a late payment of its 2017N bond, ISDA said on its website on Friday. The logo of the Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA is seen at a gas station in Caracas, Venezuela March 2, 2017.

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  14. UPDATE 1-Venezuela state power company defaults on $650 mln bond: trusteeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 10 | Reuters

    A Venezuelan state-run power company has defaulted on a $650 million bond that comes due in 2018 by failing to make an interest payment, the bond's trustee said on Friday, a confirmation of the OPEC nation's dire cash-flow crunch. The 'Elecar' bond, originally issued by Electricidad de Caracas but known as Corpoelec since its 2007 nationalization, had been due to pay a $28 million coupon on Oct. 10. "The Issuer's failure to pay interest on the Notes when due on October 10, 2017 constitutes a Default under the Indenture," said Wilmington Trust, a provider of international and corporate institutional services, in a notice posted on the Luxembourg stock exchange.

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  15. U.S. sanctions 10 Venezuelans for election irregularitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 10 | UPI

    The U.S. Treasury Department announced sanctions on Friday against 10 Venezuelan government officials it says interfered with the country's elections last month. Those targeted are all current or former government personnel or leaders of state-run industries in Venezuela, whose elections were marked by voting irregularities, the Treasury Department said in a statement .

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  16. Venezuelan state utility defaults on $650 mln bond - trusteeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 10 | Reuters

    Venezuelan state-run power utility Electricidad de Caracas has defaulted on a $650 million bond that comes due in 2018, according to a notice posted by the bond's trustee Wilmington Trust. (Reporting by Brian Ellsworth; Editing by Andrew Cawthorne)

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  17. .com | Venezuela: What happens in a default?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 10 | News24

    Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro speaks during a press conference at the Miraflores presidential palace, in Caracas on October 17. Montevideo - Venezuela, locked in a deep economic crisis, is rapidly approaching a default on external debt estimated at some $150bn. But what is the mechanism that triggers a default and what are the consequences for the South American country if it does? A country is in default when it cannot repay due loans - bonds, in financial jargon - or when it can no longer pay interest accrued.

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  18. India to spray capital from on high amid deepening smog emergencyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 10 | Stabroek News

    India plans to spray water over its capital, New Delhi, to try to combat toxic smog that has triggered a pollution emergency, officials said today, with conditions expected to get worse over the weekend. Illegal crop burning in farm states surrounding New Delhi, vehicle exhaust in a city with limited public transport and swirling construction dust have caused the crisis, as they do year after year.

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  19. Alleged Drug Kingpin Leads Venezuela's Debt Restructuring EffortRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 10 | Wall Street Journal

    CARACAS, Venezuela-Meet the team in charge of the most complex bond restructuring in recent history: a former military officer, a one-time geography professor, two engineers, a minister under sanctions for alleged corruption and an alleged drug kingpin. As the country runs out of cash, Venezuelan President NicolA s Maduro last week appointed a six-man commission to negotiate a deal regarding up to $150 billion of the country's outstanding foreign debt.

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  20. Russia and Venezuela to sign debt restructuring deal: sourceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 10 | The Daily Star

    Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro gestures as he arrives for a rally with supporters in Caracas, Venezuela November 7, 2017.

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