Venezuela Government Is Pushing Out Foreign Companies, Exacerbating The Economic Collapse

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CARACAS, Venezuela — General Motors has become the latest multinational company to pull out of Venezuela after it says government authorities illegally seized its plant there this week. In a statement released by GM on Thursday, the company said its factory had been “unexpectedly taken by the public authorities, preventing normal operation.” The company, which said…


 




 



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