US Blockade on Venezuela Has Cost US$350 Billion | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


US Blockade on Venezuela Has Cost US$350 Billion

According to the study, these economic and financial attacks "are usually the prelude to military intervention."

The Economic Debates Unit of the Latin American Geopolitical Strategic Center (CELAG) released a report on "the economic consequences of the boycott against Venezuela," on Friday, in which it is proved that the "international financial blockade to Venezuela since 2013 is the main responsible for the economic crisis."

According to CELAG's report, the financial and economic blockade that was mainly promoted by the United States, and enforced by its allies, would have cost Venezuela around US$350 billion "in the production of goods and services between 2013 and 2017."

Blocking a country financially is paramount when trying to asphyxiate the national economy. The external attacks are able to undermine the economic and productive capacity of the country, and therefore, destroy the economy. According to the study, these economic and financial attacks "are usually the prelude to military intervention."

The U.S. government led by Donald Trump is arguing in favor of military intervention in Venezuela>>>

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2013 and 2017

Old_Logan

... "in the production of goods and services between 2013 and 2017."

(*these years represent a strong indication of Trump/Obama collusion .
and we thank you !)

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