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What could default mean for Venezuela's energy industry?


What could default mean for Venezuela's energy industry?

Report summary

Low oil prices are adding to the already significant problems for the economy of Venezuela. We view a debt default – either by the sovereign or state-owned oil producer – as increasingly likely. What are the implications of a default, not only for the struggling economy, but for it's lifeblood – oil production?

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  • Resource-Rich Markets at Risk Venezuela.pdf PDF - 1.31 MB

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