An oil fund for Venezuela: What if they had saved some of the money?

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An oil fund for Venezuela: What if they had saved some of the money? (via The Economist)

ONE of the accusations often made against the regime of Hugo Chávez is that the oil boom of the 2000s was squandered. Chavistas bristle at this idea, arguing that Venezuela achieved striking gains in inequality and poverty over the past decade and…

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