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Wrong Robert Bottome?

Robert R. Bottome

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VenEconomia

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Editor

Veneconomy


Director

RCTV


Editor

Veneconom


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//www.venamcham.org/

Member of Media Committee


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EMERGING MARKETS: Venezuela’s oil bonanza disguises decaying economy | Brazil Communications

www.johnrumsey.co.uk [cached]

Robert Bottome, the editor of respected Veneconomia, doesn't lend much credence to the numbers.
"That PDVSA published the numbers in itself is a miracle as they are notoriously unforthcoming. But I get the impression that they're not accurate," he says. He points out that the International Energy Agency and OPEC believe that Venezuela is producing close to 2.5 million barrels per day, substantially less than the published figures. Bottome adds that the more you look at the accounts, the more discrepancies you find. Investments have nearly doubled in one year from $3.4 billion to close to $6.5 billion. A section labeled "other outgoings" nearly tripled over the first half of 2007 from $800 million to $2.36 billion. There are signs are that they are acting like a company that is having a cash crisis, Bottome says. Both US firms were hit by labour unrest in the country in August, points out Bottome, who says the government tends to foment labour issues at target firms so that it can use worker complaints as an excuse for a take-over.


Seeing through Transparency International - 21st Century Socialism

21stcenturysocialism.com [cached]

The directors include Robert Bottome, the publisher of Veneconomia, a strident opposition journal, and Aurelio Concheso of the Centre for the Dissemination of Economic Knowledge, a conservative thinktank funded by the US government.


knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu

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.


John Rumsey - Venezuela’s oil bonanza disguises decaying economy

www.johnrumsey.co.uk [cached]

Robert Bottome, the editor of respected Veneconomia, doesn't lend much credence to the numbers.
"That PDVSA published the numbers in itself is a miracle as they are notoriously unforthcoming. But I get the impression that they're not accurate," he says. He points out that the International Energy Agency and OPEC believe that Venezuela is producing close to 2.5 million barrels per day, substantially less than the published figures. Bottome adds that the more you look at the accounts, the more discrepancies you find. Investments have nearly doubled in one year from $3.4 billion to close to $6.5 billion. A section labeled "other outgoings" nearly tripled over the first half of 2007 from $800 million to $2.36 billion. There are signs are that they are acting like a company that is having a cash crisis, Bottome says. Both US firms were hit by labour unrest in the country in August, points out Bottome, who says the government tends to foment labour issues at target firms so that it can use worker complaints as an excuse for a take-over.


www.artdiamondblog.com

Chávez] is serious or not," said Robert Bottome of publisher VenEconomía.


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