Venezuela's economy is bouncing back

Collins, John
August 1996
Caribbean Business;8/8/1996, Vol. 24 Issue 31, p24
Reports on the economic recovery of Venezuela. International Monetary Fund's (IMF) grant of credit; Provisions under President Rafael Caldera's economic reform package.


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