Un clou chasse l’autre

Serait-il possible que les récents déboires des vénézuéliens avec les usa ne soient pas étrangers à la nouvelle du jour? -5 milliards de moins pour le fmi et la banque mondiale, c’est autant d’intérêts en moins, c’est aussi moins de personnes qui soutiennent le dollar, c’est donc un fait qui affecte défavorablement le cours du dollar. C’est une torpille contre le vaisseau amiral américain.

Visiting Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro met his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping on Sunday, and said Beijing has granted his country a $5 billion credit line.

Maduro, vowing to strengthen the partnership established by his late predecessor Hugo Chavez, used his Twitter account to announce what he called “excellent news” for his country.

“We reached an agreement (with the state-owned China Development Bank) on a $5 billion line of credit for development,” he wrote.

“With this line of credit we will pay for homes, and invest in agriculture, transportation, industry, roads, electricity, mining, health, science and technology.”

http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2013/09/22/venezuela-receives-5-billion-credit-line-from-china/

Ils vont aussi pouvoir investir dans du papier hygiénique à en croire cet article:

Venezuela’s leftist government said Saturday it temporarily seized a major toilet paper factory hoping that it can end troublesome shortages of the staple personal care item.

“The temporary occupation of Manpa (Manufactora de Papel) is aimed at verifying that toilet paper industry production, marketing and distribution” are all in line with state policies, Vice President Jorge Arreaza said on Twitter, without indicating how long the takeover would last.

http://en-maktoob.news.yahoo.com/venezuela-facing-shortages-seizes-toilet-paper-factory-231059404.html

Serait-il possible que cela puisse être un événement fortuit?

Police at Paris Charles de Gaulle airport have seized 1.3 tonnes of pure cocaine on board an Air France flight from Venezuela, French officials say.

The drugs were found packed inside 30 suitcases on 11 September, but the operation was revealed on Saturday.

France’s Interior minister, Manuel Valls, said it was the biggest drug haul ever made in the Paris area.

Six people were arrested, accused of being members of an international drug smuggling ring, Mr Valls said.

Officials say they believe the drugs were meant for sale in France and had a street value of 200m euros (£169m; $270m).

The Air France flight came from Caracas.

The suitcases with the cocaine reportedly were not registered to any of the passengers.

http://www.cryptogon.com/?p=37063

PS: ce ne sont finalement pas 5, mais 20 milliards que le vénézuela signera avec la chine. Un sacré pied de nez:

Within the framework of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro’s first visit to China, on Sunday, China pledged to invest some USD 20 billion in social and oil projects in Venezuela.

Maduro and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping expressed their interest in consolidating China-Venezuela strategic alliance and signed a dozen cooperation and investment agreements, including a new line of credit amounting to USD 5 billion and an agreement to produce additional 200,000 oil barrels per day in the Orinoco Oil Belt.

Venezuela also agreed on the setting up of a joint venture with Chinese state-owned company Sinopec for the exploitation of Junín 10 bloc in the belt. USD 14 billion is expected to be invested in the project aimed at producing 200,000 barrels per day, said Maduro via Twitter.
[…]
Previously, the Venezuelan leader had announced via Twitter an agreement entered into with Chinese agro-company Beidahuan for the sowing of 60,000 hectares of corn, rice, and soja in different parts of Venezuela.

Venezuela also signed an agreement on transport with Yutong, aimed at modernizing Venezuela’s public transport system.

http://www.eluniversal.com/economia/130923/venezuela-china-sign-agreements-for-more-than-usd-20-billion

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