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Nicolas Maduro

Venezuela’s Business Environment: Inefficiencies, Distortions, and Risks

Venezuela is constantly over the news given its unprecedented economic collapse. Yet, numerous people still think that the country’s economic hardships were caused by external factors, such as declining oil prices or financial sanctions from the international community. When in reality, the Venezuelan collapse is the direct consequence of the country’s inefficient, distorted, and hostile business environment.

Venezuela's Informational Blackout

There is a dramatic and worrying informational blackout in Venezuela. The regime censored all traditional media outlets. Social media has become more deception than information. And as if these problems were not enough, most Venezuelans don't even have internet access.

Venezuela: Insight a dictatorship with Rodrigo Figueredo

We did a great interview with Rodrigo Figueredo, he is an artist, a political analyst and a social media influencer, he has spent his life defending human rights, freedom of expression and democracy.

Questions in the interview:

What was the situation when you had to flee Venezuela?
What happened when Chavez came to power?
What reforms were being implemented by Carlos Andres Perez, the last Democratic president of Venezuela?
How did Chavez use the power when he was president?
How did the connection between Venezuela and Cuba come about?

What's really going on in Venezuela - Jorge Jraissati

We did an amazing interview with Jorge Jraissati, the President of Venezuelan Alliance

Questions in the interview:
- How is the situation right now in venezuela?
- What happened when Hugo Chavez took power?
- What happend when Chavez died and Nicolas Maduro became the president?
- How is the influence of Cuba in Venezuela?
- How can cuba has so much influence in Venezuela?
- How is the Russian influence in Venezuela?
- What would you say to people like Bernie Sanders or AOC?
- Was it no real socialism...like always?

The Staggering Inequality of Venezuela

In developed nations people tend to discuss the political economy of their countries in the following way. When they think about capitalism, they associate it with economic freedom, and therefore, with higher opportunities to climb the socio-economic ladder.

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