Venezuelan Opposition Threatens Country Won’t Pay Goldman Sachs’ $2.8B Bond Deal (CNBC)

Julio Borges, leader of Venezuela’s National Assembly, has said that a future Venezuelan government may not pay $2.8 billion in bonds that Goldman Sachs purchased for as little as 30 cents on the dollar. Borges said Goldman was helping to support the current government and trying to “make a quick buck” off of Venezuelans’ suffering while the former said it didn’t purchase the bonds from or interact with the government. READ MORE

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