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- 16 Dicembre 2017
No, I'm not a robot.Venezuela’s state-owned oil company imported a key component needed to achieve its goal of almost tripling crude production, defying U.S. efforts to isolate the Maduro regime’s grip on power.www.bloomberg.com
articoli di bloomberg o altri siti a pagamento sarebbe meglio salvarli come file pdf e poi allegarli al post in modo da agevolare chi non é abbonato e ha già superato le visite gratuiteVenezuela’s state-owned oil company imported a key component needed to achieve its goal of almost tripling crude production, defying U.S. efforts to isolate the Maduro regime’s grip on power.www.bloomberg.com
interessante ma va a finire che a noi bondisti che non abbiamo le braccia così lunghe rimarrà nulla su cui rivalerci.Creditors of Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA are targeting funds held in the firm’s accounts at Portugal’s Novo Banco in an effort to collect hundreds of millions of dollars in unpaid debts.
Puerto Rican bank BSJI in July obtained an order from a Lisbon court to seize funds held in an account containing $1.3 billion at Novo Banco in compensation for PDVSA defaulting on a credit agreement with the bank in 2018, according to court documents seen by Reuters. U.S. glass maker O-I Glass Inc, and Houston-based oil company ConocoPhillips have sought similar orders to collect on arbitration awards for nationalization of assets, according to a source with direct knowledge of the situation.
The demands for payment from the Novo Banco account total nearly $600 million, said the person, who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly.
The moves represent a new front in years-long efforts to collect on debts owed by Venezuela, which is struggling under a hyperinflationary economy and U.S. sanctions aimed at ousting President Nicolas Maduro that cut off much of its access to the U.S. financial system.
Maduro’s socialist government has overseen an economic collapse in the once-prosperous OPEC nation and defaulted on more than $60 billion in bonds. It owes billions more in arbitral awards.
BSJI in November won an $83.9 million judgment against PDVSA after suing in Britain, where it had agreed with PDVSA to settle disputes, according to a British court document. The court dismissed PDVSA’s argument that it could not pay due to U.S. sanctions, according to the document.
A judge in a Lisbon district court on July 8 granted BSJI the right to seize funds held in Novo Banco, according to a Portuguese court document.
That decision noted that “other international creditors are seeking to satisfy their credits from the amounts deposited in Novo Banco,” without elaborating. RTRS
unica news di rilievo nelle ultime settimaneOSLO, 29 luglio (Reuters) - La norvegese Equinor (EQNR.OL) e la francese TotalEnergies (TTEF.PA) hanno concordato di vendere le loro quote nel progetto onshore venezuelano Petrocedeno a un'unità della compagnia petrolifera statale PDVSA, che diventerà l'unico proprietario, Equinor ha detto giovedì.
TotalEnergies ha confermato separatamente la transazione e ha affermato che significherebbe una perdita di 1,38 miliardi di dollari per la società francese.
Amministratori con le spalle larghe, e non pisquani delle chiacchere da bar che pensano che spulciando il nulla nel web , decidono di uscire della serie "piuttosto che niente meglio piuttosto"