TAKE-A-LOOK-Venezuela electricity crisis

Venezuela’s electricity crisis, caused by a drought linked
to the El Nino phenomenon and an overstretched grid, puts its
$300 billion economy at risk of contraction, may cut the OPEC
nation’s oil-product exports, and is denting President Hugo
Chavez’s popularity.

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LATEST NEWS
> Venezuela expands Easter holiday to save energy [ID:nN24152012]
> Eighty firms punished for big power use [ID:nN21136340]
> Chavez trusts God and nature [ID:nN10122443]
> Drought may cut dam’s power output [ID:nN11227045]
> Venezuelans sweat over order to cut power [ID:nN10149423]
> Power crisis to hit growth, fuel exports [ID:nN09199491]
> Plant fuel need to hit oil exports [ID:nN08121426]
> Government upbeat on economy despite crisis [ID:nN25113061]
> Drought reveals long-submerged town [ID:nN24115381]
> Chavez’s support slips, but still strong [ID:nN11179612]
> ‘Electricity emergency’ declared [ID:nN08214418]
ANALYSIS
> Blackouts, devaluation hurt Chavez [ID:nN11174237]
> Economy slow despite devaluation boost [ID:nN10131274]
> Fuel imports soar in Venezuela [ID:nN17127861]
> Politics spill onto baseball fields [ID:nN27180550]
> Cuban help decried by opposition [ID:nN04148012]

BACKGROUND
> Facts about energy crisis [ID:nN09247966]
> Problems for Chavez in election year [ID:nN14117686]
> Key political risks to watch [ID:nN08201256]

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TAKE-A-LOOK-Venezuela electricity crisis