Gold’s Role in Venezuela

Published on
May 23rd, 2019
Duration
6 minutes

Gold’s Role in Venezuela

Gold ·
Featuring Daniel Lansberg-Rodriguez

Published on: May 23rd, 2019 • Duration: 6 minutes

Daniel Lansberg-Rodriguez, adjunct lecturer at Kellogg School of Management, discusses gold’s role in Venezuela. Taking a look at the relationship between Venezuela, gold, and the rest of the world, Lansberg-Rodriguez walks through the domestic and international concerns of Maduro’s Venezuela. This video is excerpted from a piece published on Real Vision on November 28, 2018 entitled “A Closer Look at Venezuela.”

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  • GF
    Gordon F.
    27 May 2019 @ 23:32
    I live in Ecuador and speak Spanish well. A couple of months ago I was accompanied on a trip of several hours by a friend who is a refugee from Venezuela and I got him talking about the situation there from his perspective. Among many other things, he commented that he was from a part of Venezuela where gold could be mined, and that the Maduro government is desperately strip-mining to get whatever they can, with no efforts whatsoever for environmental protection or remediation. He said that he had no way to estimate how much gold they might be producing, but the raping of the land was horrific.
  • SB
    Stephen B.
    27 May 2019 @ 17:29
    Very Interesting. It will be interesting to see if the UK hands over the gold, once Venezuela has "sobered up". Maybe at around the same time as Libya gets its gold back, perhaps?