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China and Venezuela are planning to develop an observation satellite that will be constructed in Asia and launched in South America in October 2012, according to Venezuelaâ€™s science and technology ministry.
By Chris Hawley MEXICO CITY -- Fernando Garcia was going blind in his left eye. After years on a waiting list for an operation at a Mexican hospital, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez came to the rescue.
Text of report by prominent Paraguayan newspaper ABC Color website on 1 October [Article by political analyst Roque Gonzalez Vera: "The Agreements Signed by Lugo and Chavez Have No Juridical Value"] President Fernando Lugo has the right to sign international agreements, but he cannot disregard the constitutional mandate of submitting the documents for congressional approval.
Brazil, Venezuela sign seven new agreements BRASILIA, Sept. 30 (Xinhua) -- Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and his Venezuelan counterpart Hugo Chavez inked seven agreements on Tuesday in a bid to step up bilateral cooperation. "The impact of these agreements in Venezuela is amazing.
MOSCOW (AP)- Russia and Venezuelan officials on Friday signed agreements meant to bolster cooperation in the oil and gas industry, playing up energy ties between two nations trying to decrease U.S. influence around the world.
Russia and Venezuela say they intend to set up an oil and gas consortium between Gazprom and Petroleos de Venezuela.
Text of report by corporate-owned Russian news agency Interfax Orenburg, 26 September: A memorandum on mutual understanding signed by the Russian and Venezuelan energy ministries in Orenburg today provides for the creation of a Russian-Venezuelan consortium.
Visiting Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez says daily oil exports to China will reach 500,000 barrels next year and jump to 1 million barrels in four years.
By Saibal Dasgupta BEIJING: China is set to expand its influence right into the heart of the American continent with the help of the Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez, who recently expelled the United States envoy from his country.
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