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LatinNews Regional Monitor: Andean Group - 25 February 2019

From LatinNews Daily
On 23 February, at least a dozen people were killed and over 200 wounded on Venezuela’s borders with Colombia and Brazil after the Venezuelan armed forces refused to allow the entry of humanitarian aid packages into the country...
* Peru’s Prime Minister César Villanueva has hailed the decision by freight transport workers’ unions to lift a strike which it has been staged in various regions for six days...
On 24 February, Brazil’s foreign ministry released a note condemning the acts of violence taking place on Venezuela’s borders with both Colombia and Brazil, and attributed responsibility for them to Nicolás Maduro, the leader of the Venezuelan government now considered illegitimate by much of the international community. ..
From Latin American Economy & Business
Following a series of talks between the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Ecuadorian authorities, a formal loan deal looks likely in the coming months...
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There are strong arguments in favour of converting Latin America to use electric vehicles (EVs), rather than petrol-burning ones...
Amidst Venezuela’s political and economic crisis there are two questions to be asked about oil production...

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