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Un Manual Para Privatizar Todo

Interamerican Institute for Democracy Conferencia de Incorporación Oscar Garcia Mendoza Sobre “El Desconcierto Venezolano” Miami, Florida 7 Noviembre 2017 Venezuela es un tema agobiante. En años de prosperidad poco o nada se hablaba sobre ella. Señal que íbamos bien. Hoy no pasa un día sin que una noticia peor que

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Oscar García Mendoza Joins HACER Board of Trustees

The Hispanic American Center for Economic Research (HACER) nominated Mendoza to join their Board of Trustees, recognizing him for his leadership in the South American banking industry. HACER is a 501(c)(3) organization that is supported entirely through gifts from individuals, philanthropic foundations, and corporations. Its goal is to promote the

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Recommended Reading: Venezuela: Without Liberals, There Is No Liberalism

This article, written by Hugo J. Faria and Leonor Filardo gives a great explanation of Venezuela’s economic U-turn “from a growth miracle (1920–1957) to a growth disaster (1960 to the present).” Click to read the original article.

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La Patilla (2015) | The Dream Lives

My professional life has been in banking. Since the mid 1970s I worked at the Banco Venezolano de Crédito, Universal Bank and was its president from June 1983 to the date of my resignation in June of last year. The bank was founded in 1925. As an institution, it has

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Veneconomía (2015) | Forbidden To Be Resigned

In Venezuela, the events that fuel the economic, political crisis are entwined together like a huge tornado that sweeps everything up in its path. The friends and foes that objectively and concernedly analyze the critical and devastating situation in Venezuela are in agreement on this point. Two of them, banker

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La Patilla (2015) | Resignation

We have been enduring Venezuela’s tragedy for many years. This regime, (which is now a drug-trafficking dictatorship), even before it came to power, clearly showed its future colors. Two coups against a democracy and a populist, aggressive and resentful discourse provided the backdrop, But we let´s not look back in

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Oscar García Mendoza Joins the Atlas Network Advisory Council

CEDICE Libertad announced that its Vice President, Oscar García Mendoza, has joined the Advisory Council of the Atlas Network, a non-profit organization dedicated to the worldwide freedom movement. The Atlas Network Advisory Council is comprised of individuals who share a commitment to liberty and enthusiasm for Atlas Network’s mission, and

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Noticerio Digital (2015) | We’ve arrived / 5. Restitution

During these last fifteen years, Venezuela has received vast amounts of money from oil. There is no doubt that the staying power of this regime is due to the oil income and the way it was squandered. Corruption is overwhelming. The nation has been looted. Much of the income has

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