CBS Omits GM Factory Being Seized by Socialist Venezuela
CBS Omits GM Factory Being Seized by Socialist Venezuela
GM is selling its European business in $2.3 billion deal General Mototrs
21 Abril, 2017, 20:01
Last summer, the Maduro government seized a plant owned by U.S. personal care giant Kimberly-Clark Corp, renamed it after local indigenous warrior known for battling Spanish colonial authorities, and declared the facility to be reborn "in the hands of the workers". Last May, tire maker Bridgestone sold its business there after six decades of operating in the country. Remaining in Venezuela means continued losses, while leaving the country would mean investing from scratch should government policies become more favorable.
The government has blocked their attempts to remove Maduro from power by a referendum vote, and it has also delayed local and state elections.
Maduro has said he has authorized formal claims to be brought against Capriles for wrongly accusing the government of killing university student Paolo Ramirez in the restive Tachira State near Colombia on Wednesday.
In recent years under President Nicolás Maduro, the government has seized bakeries amidst a bread shortage, taken over toilet paper factories amid a toilet paper shortage, and repressed the political opposition.
Thursday's turnout could be lower than Wednesday's, in part because the latter was a holiday commemorating Venezuela's struggle for independence from Spain, journalist Stefano Pozzebon told CNN from Caracas.
The company said the illegal confiscation of its assets would cause "irreparable damage" to GM, its dealers and suppliers, and almost 2,700 employees of the plant.
Betting tips on a draw in football
They are fighting, especially in spring and summer, motivated teams- those who want to get into European Cups or avoid relegation. For an expert, it is a reason to ensure a stable income with the competent rates combined with rational management of the bank.
Venezuela's Information Ministry did not immediately respond to a request for information.
Figures published by pollster Venebarometro show seven in 10 Venezuelans disapprove of Maduro, whose term does not end until 2019.
Tens of thousands of protesters took to the streets of the South American country again Thursday to demand elections and denounce what they consider an essentially dictatorial government.
For weeks, opposition demonstrators have held violent protests in several cities across the country, calling for regime change and worldwide intervention.
The chief prosecutor's office reported Thursday that a National Guard sergeant was killed and a colonel injured when their squad was attacked with gunfire while trying to control disturbances in a city near Caracas.
The opposition said they have no intention of pulling back on protests that were triggered when the government-stacked Supreme Court three weeks ago gutted congress of its last vestiges of power, a move that was later reversed amid a storm of worldwide criticism.
White House pushes uncertain bid to revive health care bill
A White House source said they could potentially have a vote by the end of next week, though they put the chances at 50-50. Without those "cost-sharing reductions", insurers warn that they will have to sharply raise prices or leave the markets.
On Thursday, Maduro said the opposition was ready to begin a political dialogue, which his opponents denied. But the sharp deterioration of the economy, which has put many foods and medicines out of the reach of the average citizen, and a more organized and united opposition coalition have injected fresh energy into the current protests.
But the government hasn't backed down.
The US State Department said it was reviewing details of the GM case but called on Venezuelan authorities to act swiftly and transparently to resolve the dispute.
Several dozen employees, in baseball hats and blue shirts adorned with the GM and Cadillac logos, gathered by the plant's main gates in the city of Valencia on Thursday.
President Maduro said Wednesday authorities had arrested more than 30 protesters engaged in violence, including an alleged leader of a group of rioters who was caught with explosives.
Barcelona defender Gerard Pique confessed Juventus "played better over the two legs and can win the Champions League this season". In contrast, Barcelona have won just two of their previous five in all competitions and were dumped out of Europe in midweek.
Carter was upset he almost fell on the opposite end of the court, believing Anderson had pushed him from behind. Grizzlies: Memphis was 2-0 at home against San Antonio in the regular season, winning by an 11-point average.
Samsung also wants to regain the customer satisfaction and confidence that was shattered due to total failure of Galaxy Note 7. Anticipation is high for the worldwide release of Samsung's next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S8 , this Friday.
Everything would have seemed normal if not for a row of TV trucks parked along the boulevard that is a must-visit for tourists. Francois Fillon, who is the conservative candidate, said he would cancel the campaign events he had been planning for Friday.
His lawyer said the 69-year-old man suffered a broken nose, concussion and other injuries when he was removed from the flight. He said the airline will have more to say later this month after it finishes a review of its policies on overbooked flights.
Fox News sets the agenda for the Republican Party, Binning said, and losing one of their most iconic voices could affect that. The decision to break with O'Reilly follows an investigation ordered by Fox into allegations of sexual impropriety.
"We had a problem in the pitstop, Lewis had the five-second penalty, and Valtteri had too much pressure in his tyres". This put Bottas in second place, but he then backed off to let the quicker Hamilton through to chase Vettel down.
Enrique forlornly turned to Paco Alcacer from the bench as the host played with four forwards for the final half hour. The Colombian then had another shot turned behind by Barca goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen.
Tras el ataque circuló en las redes sociales video del momento en que un grupo de oficiales se enfrentan al atacante, que ha sido identificado como Abu Yussef, por el Estado Islámico .
5 takeaways from Patriots' 2017 schedule release
The Patriots will host the Falcons in Week 7 on Monday morning, October 23 at 1.30am in a rematch of Super Bowl LI. Given its relatively late position on the schedule, this game could carry significant playoff implications.
Man arrested over Borussia Dortmund team bus attack
FC's Raf Honigstein says that Borussia Dortmund's Champions League defeats were tainted by the attack on the team bus. But Islamic studies scholars voiced "considerable doubts" about their authenticity , they said.
Support for marijuana legalization is at an all-time high
At the same time, the federal government has threatened to enforce federal drug laws against states where marijuana use is legal. That marks a five-percent increase over a year ago and the highest percentage ever recorded since CBS began asking the question.
Bayern goalkeeper, Neuer to miss rest of the season
Dortmund are also looking to heal their European heartache when they face Borussia Moenchengladbach away on Saturday. Sven Ulreich will deputise, while Bayern are without Spain defender Javi Martinez, who has a leg knock.
Pulitzer Prize: Presenting the winners
Co-owner Art Cullen won the editorial writing award for challenging powerful corporate agricultural interests in the state. Harvard graduate Mr Fahrenthold was honoured in the category of National Reporting , having spent 16 years at the Post .
Chivas se corona como campeón de la Copa MX
En tanto, Monarcas Morelia, que se ubica en el décimo lugar con 18 unidades, visitará el sábado a Necaxa. Aquel título de liga es el único que ha conseguido el Rebaño Sagrado en 20 años.
Wounded vet crosses finish line in Boston Marathon
She persevered and finished the race, and she's since been on a mission to create opportunities and equal sport status for women. Bib No. 261, the one she wore her first time running the course and then again this year, was retired on Monday in her honor.
Racist Threats Toward State Attorney Aramis Ayala
Ayala has filed two lawsuits against the governor asking him to prove what constitutional authority allowed him to remove her. She has come under fire since revealing she would not seek the death penalty against any defendant, including Markeith Loyd.
Predators move on to second round after sweeping Blackhawks
Bryan Rust scored twice for Pittsburgh, Phil Kessel added his second of the playoffs and Marc-Andre Fleury finished with 49 saves. The Hawks will head home to lick their wounds while the Preds will wait for the victor of the Blues-Wild series, which St.
Missing teacher and student found
A nationwide Amber Alert was issued for Elizabeth, and hundreds of tips came in from more than 20 states, including California. Mr Cummins had been suspended from teaching at Culleoka Unit School - the same school Elizabeth attended in February.