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ACESSO BLOQUEADO A LUCRO DO PETRÓLEO

2019-02-01 03:56:05
Handout picture released by the Venezuelan presidency showing Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro (C) shaking hands with tank operators during military exercises at Fort Paramacay in Naguanagua, Carabobo State, Venezuela, on January 27, 2019. - Maduro on Sunday rejected a European ultimatum that he call elections as opposition rival Juan Guaido stepped up appeals to the military to turn against the leftist government. (Photo by Marcelo GARCIA / Venezuelan Presidency / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT
Handout picture released by the Venezuelan presidency showing Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro (C) shaking hands with tank operators during military exercises at Fort Paramacay in Naguanagua, Carabobo State, Venezuela, on January 27, 2019. - Maduro on Sunday rejected a European ultimatum that he call elections as opposition rival Juan Guaido stepped up appeals to the military to turn against the leftist government. (Photo by Marcelo GARCIA / Venezuelan Presidency / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / VENEZUELAN PRESIDENCY / MARCELO GARCIA" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS Caption

O governo americano impôs ontem pela primeira vez sanções à PDVSA, estatal do petróleo da Venezuela. Todo o dinheiro da compra de petróleo pelos EUA vai agora para contas bloqueadas que só poderão ser movimentadas pelo "governo democraticamente eleito da Venezuela", segundo o secretário do Tesouro, Steve Mnuchin. De acordo com ele, US$ 7 bilhões em ativos da estatal foram bloqueados pelos EUA. O objetivo é impedir o acesso do governo de Nicolás Maduro à renda do petróleo e pressionar os militares, que comandam atualmente a PDVSA, a mudar de lado. Além de congelar os bens da PDVSA, os EUA também impediram que empresas americanas façam negócios com a estatal venezuelana.

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