Christophe wrote:I love our naivety!
In my naivety, I compare Venezuela to families who, having a good income, borrowed to buy their house, and then having suffered a drop in income together with a rise in interest rates, found themselves on the street seeing their house sold at auction or simply razed.
We have heard enough the speeches of Bush father and son, angry to see Venezuela do what he wanted with his oil ...
And very happy to see him in trouble, just so as not to be able to honor the interest on debts, although the assets are still present (the oil reserves are still there). Nobody has offered to refinance plans, the neighboring countries are washing their hands apparently?
In comparison with Greece for example, if the "neighboring countries" had acted in this way, the situation could have been similar, yet Greece is far from having the same assets (compare the reserves of olive oil with the oil reserves ...)
Personally I think that if Libya had not been destroyed, through the actions of a little dwarf, the situation would be different!
But I am very naive, then you will explain to me where I am wrong