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U.S. elections have long featured a familiar whipping post. Yet thanks to the energy boom, it's one that may not play a role in 2016.
Leaders in Brazil, Mexico, Venezuela, Chile and elsewhere in Latin America are facing a choice: Clean up — or they'll be out.
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Businesses can lower risk to their supply chains by setting up shop in these countries, a study says.
Venezuela is on the brink, and the country's debtholders, trade partners and neighbors are bracing for the fallout.
Declining oil prices, the U.S. energy revolution and changing relations with Cuba have created new opportunities for energy investment in the Caribbean.
The White House decried arrests made as Venezuelans protested in response to limited access to basic goods.
The U.S. tightens the screws on Venezuela just as cash-starved Caracas takes steps to stop hoarding and panic buying.
The Obama administration announces new sanctions on Venezuela and the targeting of seven specific Venezuelan officials, reports CNBC's Eamon Javers.
The crash in crude prices has some governments taking a hard look at costly subsidies that have kept gas pump prices artificially low.
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Although toilet paper and gas are cheaper in Venezuela, nearly every major product there is significantly more expensive than in the U.S.
Venezuelans have become increasingly frustrated by food shortages and inflations, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.
For struggling Caribbean nations dependent on energy subsidies from Venezuela, the crash in oil prices is not welcome news.
Car sales are set to rise again this year, albeit at a slower pace, continuing a five-year recovery, boosted by Chinese and U.S. demand, IHS forecasts.
China is moving into the United States' backyard——but it's not clear if its Latin America investments are a negative for American interests.
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2014 ranked as a horrible year for many countries, according to an index, with Venezuela topping the list as the most miserable place on Earth.
Ford Motors said a charge related to its Venezuelan operations would reduce fourth-quarter profit attributable to the company by about $700 million.