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Robert R. Bottome

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Caracas ,

Company Description: Since 1982, VenEconomy has provided the local and international business community with studies and analyses of economic, political and social developments in...   more

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"My guesstimate - assuming the government ..., 30 Jan 2014 [cached]
"My guesstimate - assuming the government doesn't fudge the numbers - is inflation of 55 percent to 56 percent inflation for 2013," said Robert Bottome, editor of VenEconomy, a bi-lingual publication based in Caracas that has followed Venezuelan economic and political developments since 1982.
"We expect a devaluation, with a 6.30 bolivars per dollar rate retained for certain key products, and 12 bolivars per dollar rate for everything else," said Bottome, one of the country's leading economic analysts. A devaluation will push up the bolivar cost of imported goods and services.
"With Venezuelan ports in a state of chaos and the government seizing or controlling the means of production, shortages will continue and inflation will be in the 60 to 70 percent region," Bottome added.
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"Shortages are also a cause," he noted.
Luxner | Articles, 12 Nov 2007 [cached]
"A lot of people are leaving the country, but not only because they're Jewish," said Robert Bottome, publisher of VenEconomy Weekly in Caracas and an outspoken critic of the Chávez government. - San José, Costa Rica!, 1 Oct 2004 [cached]
"This is a particularly sad example of what can happen when you don't do maintenance," said Robert Bottome, an analyst with research company Veneconomy in Caracas.
t's potentially, a very dire state," ..., 16 Oct 2013 [cached]
t's potentially, a very dire state," notes Robert Bottome, a Venezuelan economist and editor of the financial publication VenEconomía.
"He raided [PDVSA], the most important enterprise in the country," Bottome says.
Bottome, the editor of VenEconomía does not foresee a Maduro administration taking any substantive steps to reform the economy.
``Inflation this year could exceed 50 ... [cached]
``Inflation this year could exceed 50 percent, a record,'' Robert Bottome, president of Veneconomia, an economic consulting firm in Caracas, told El Nuevo Herald.
Bottome explained that the crisis has been exacerbated by a combination of economic and monetary measures taken in recent months, including the devaluation of the bolivar, the confiscation of private property and price controls on basic items.
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