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Near riot in The Bahamas over proposed tax increases

NASSAU – A near riot broke out in the downtown area of Parliament Square in Nassau, the capital of The Bahamas, as hundreds of protestors gathered, tore down steel barricades separating them from security forces and the House of Parliament as they marched in protest against a proposed value added tax (VAT) hike from 7.5 […]

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Near riot in The Bahamas over proposed tax increases

NASSAU – A near riot broke out in the downtown area of Parliament Square in Nassau, the capital of The Bahamas, as hundreds of protestors gathered, tore down steel barricades separating them from security forces and the House of Parliament as they marched in protest against a proposed value added tax (VAT) hike from 7.5 […]

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Near riot in The Bahamas over proposed tax increases

NASSAU – A near riot broke out in the downtown area of Parliament Square in Nassau, the capital of The Bahamas, as hundreds of protestors gathered, tore down steel barricades separating them from security forces and the House of Parliament as they marched in protest against a proposed value added tax (VAT) hike from 7.5 […]

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Venezuela forced to shut down production as operations fall apart

HOUSTON – Every week the crisis in Venezuela takes a turn for the worse. There are now signs that its oil industry is entering a dangerous new phase. Argus Media reports that Venezuela has begun to “proactively shut in oil production to cope with nearly replete terminal storage, further accelerating an output decline and bringing the OPEC […]

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Venezuela forced to shut down production as operations fall apart

HOUSTON – Every week the crisis in Venezuela takes a turn for the worse. There are now signs that its oil industry is entering a dangerous new phase. Argus Media reports that Venezuela has begun to “proactively shut in oil production to cope with nearly replete terminal storage, further accelerating an output decline and bringing the OPEC […]

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