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Investors worry about a potential default, despite Venezuela’s assurances to the contrary.
Shipping lines plan to continue working in Venezuela despite its difficult financial situation, which includes nearly billion in bond payments to be made by Venezuela and PDVSA for the remainder of the year.The country is served by industry giants such as Maersk () of Denmark and Hamburg Sud of Germany.The container debts put shipping lines on a long list of industries ranging from international airlines to telecommunications giants that have complained of being unable to collect on billions of dollars in unpaid Venezuelan bills.“There has been a process of increasing the flexibility of administrative procedures that slowed imports and exports,” he said.The recent plunge in the price of oil, which provides nearly all of Venezuela’s foreign exchange, has left it struggling to import food and the raw materials to manufacture staple goods.