Venezuela to Nationalize Ports

Friday, June 12, 2009

Reuters reported that is set to nationalize the companies that run some of its ports. The affected ports receive many of the imports that depends on, but do not handle oil shipping from the OPEC nation. Authorities are reportedly revising the contracts of the port operators.

 

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